Catch up on McLean news you might have missed last week.
Monday April 9
Volunteers Needed to Put 1940 Census Names Online. McLean Family History Center and National Archives looking for Census help.
McLean Returns to Station Name. McLean proposed as name of first station on new Silver Line.
Traffic Alert. Up to 30 minute overnight Beltway and Dulles Road closings. Lane Shifts on Route 7.
Reader's Choice. Nominate your favorite McLean spa.
Tuesday April 10
A Day of Remembrance. Parents, friends, relatives gather to remember a McLean student who died in March.
Community Meetings on New Report Cards. Fairfax County Public Schools begin hearings tonight on new progress reports for elementary schools.
What Happened to Governor's Pledge of Rail Money? Funds not in budget agreement.
Wednesday April 11
McLean Donors Supporting Romney. Romney fund raising double that for the President in McLean.
MCA Rejects Amusement Park Boycott. MCA committee recommended a boycott to protest amusement park opposition to early opening of Fairfax schools.
Falls Church Sets Price for its Water Authority. Falls Church sets minimum bid for its water authority that serves McLean.
Thursday April 12
Public Meeting Planned to Discuss Salona's Front Yard. Update on plans for public use of McLean's most historic address.
McLean Commander Shares Priorities, Challenges. Capt. Janickey meets with McLean Citizens Association to talk about traffic, pedestrians and the arrival of the Metro to Tysons.
Meet the New County Executive. Fairfax County government has a new CEO.
McLean's Field of Dreams. The magic of McLean Little League begins Saturday. Share your memories.
Friday April 13
Salary Increase for Fairfax County Executive. Supervisors decide good help is expensive.
McLean Little League Loses Long-time Supporter. Original Little League sponsor dies.
Highlander Softball Team Enjoys Win Streak. McLean hopes to extend its streak to seven tonight.