Great Falls Tree Walk Scheduled for Saturday, May 20
Junior Science and Humanities Symposium
Easter in Vienna
Julie Casso: Volunteering has always been a big part of her life.
Julie Casso of Great Falls, makes a difference
Paul Frank of McLean Orchestra Dies
Officer with Vienna, Langley High roots leads inaugural military ceremonial activities.
Brigadier General George M. Degnon, U.S. Air Force, has come along way from his native Vienna and his school days at Langley High School in McLean, but his next mission will play out practically in his old home backyard.
What's going on in McLean?
Gov. Terry McAuliffe praises McLean Family Restaurant for ‘the best food in all of America.’
A family-owned restaurant in the Salona Village Shopping Center on Chain Bridge Road has been serving McLean for the last 47 years and has become a meeting place for the area’s high-profile elected officials, including Virginia’s governor.
As you are well aware, the heroin and opioid dependency problem is growing across the nation, the Commonwealth, and our community is not being spared. The CSB has adjusted resources to help meet this critical demand for people seeking treatment; a new program begins soon. We need your help spreading the word about it. The CSB is holding an open forum for anyone who is seeking help for a loved one or knows of someone who might need help.
Q&A: Supervisor John Foust looks into year ahead.
Q & A with Supervisor John Foust: What are you looking forward to in 2017? Do you have any personal New Year's resolutions for yourself, or major milestones you anticipate reaching?
“We live in exciting times for our region, where the innovation economy is constantly evolving and growing. I look forward to working in the new Congress with my colleagues to forge pro-growth policies that will boost the innovation economy even further." – Barbara Comstock
The members of the Woman’s Club of McLean thank those who made their 50th Holiday Homes Tour and MarketPlace a success this year.
Local artists; showcase construction work, sculptures and monoprints
Baltimore artist Mary Walker will exhibit wall-hung constructions that combine imagery and concepts from natural science, mechanics and the landscape. Found objects such as cable, screws, nuts and bolts are combined with painting, referring to the process of building and constructing.
Chad Cheatham, 33 of McLean, died in a single-car collision on Thursday, Dec. 29.