Top 5: Crime, Real Estate, Drug Charges, 'Leidos' and More
The stories read the most on McLean Patch in February.
For a short month, February was heavy on news in McLean and the surrounding areas.
Aside from those weekly features, here are some of the top stories (by pageviews) on McLean Patch in February:
McLean Coach Resigns After Drug Charge—This was a controversial story that drew dozens of comments on both sides. A McLean High School coach was arrested following a traffic stop.
SAIC’s Leidos: Where Does the Name Come From?—Hint, it’s the middle of a larger word and that larger word is a children’s toy.
For Sale: McLean's Most Expensive Planned Home—There are plans to build a $45 million estate on Chain Bridge Road, if the developers can find a buyer.
McLean Resident Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering, Illegal Sales Charges—A McLean man pleaded guilty to charges related to a conspiracy to steal $20 million from Host Hotels and Resorts L.P., a national hotel chain.
Rivercrest Mansion to be Auctioned—A mansion overlooking the Potomac River that has been on the market for some time will be sold at auction in March.
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