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McLean Week in Review-January 30-February 3

A Recap of Top News in McLean Last Week

Monday January 30

Accident at Greenberry's. Fairfax Fire Department arrived in four minutes to help victim.

McLean's First Chocolate Festival Draws a Crowd. Thousands flock to gooey confections of joy.

Fatal Accident on GW Parkway In McLean. Woman dies in one-car crash Sunday afternoon.

Tuesday January 31

Major Schools' Program Cut. Proposed Fairfax County schools budget calls for cutting popular adult and continuing education program in half.

Welcome the New Police Commander. 4 Things the new commander needs to know about McLean.

McLean Loses A Firefighter. A hazardous materials technician assigned to the McLean station died yesterday. He loved playing the bagpipes.

Wednesday February 1

Miranda Warning Bill. Loses in the General Assemby.

Adventures with Capt. Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Former McLean resident shares his adventures aboard the Calypso with Cousteau and John Denver in new book.

McLean Resident Newt Gingrich Trounced. Mitt Romney wins Florida primary.

Free Listings in Patch. Business owners please claim your free listing to promote your business.

Thursday February 2

McLean's First  Public Storage Space. Officials gathered for start of construction on facility in downtown McLean.

Arrest in McLean House Fire. McLean arrested in connection fire that snarled Old Dominion traffic Tuesday.

Applauding Chocolate. McLean's first Chocolate festival raised $25,000 and praise from McLean Rotary.

McLean Accident Victim. Services today for the Vienna father who died following an accident in front of Greenberrys.

Friday February 3

Services for McLean Firefighter. The funeral for Technician Mark Baban will held this morning in Fairfax.

McLean Crime. Incidents mostly in Tysons Corner.

The McLean Ear. Special visitor coming to town. Popular neighbor flying to India.

MCA Roundup. Public hearing on new turf field. Resolution on setting the first day of school.

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