Cougar Robotics will compete against 400 teams from all over the world at the FIRST Championship in Detroit, Mich. April 25-28.
Lawmakers reject bill that would have required governor’s school to admit poor students.
Keys-Gamarra overcomes Republican-advantage in low-turnout August.
Guardian ad litem and Fairfax County Planning Commission member Karen Keys-Gamarra swamped Republican Chris Grisafe and two other candidates in a special election this week, one that Democrats say is a sign of strength for their party heading into the fall.
Football coach Lenny Schultz was killed in a traffic accident on the Beltway.
Madison High Mourns the Loss of the Coach
Teen Character Awards Presented on McLean Day
McLean High School prom.
America Responds to Third-Graders at The Langley School
Reston and Vienna Students Win Competition in Brain Training
The Shepherd’s Center Announces Spring Classes
Redskins’ quarterback urges region to put phones down while behind the wheel.
“If I get sacked in a game, I can get back up and move onto the next play — for the most part,” he said. “But when you text and drive, you might not get back up.”
Former NBA player talks to McLean about countywide drug problem.
Herren believes parents “hover over [their] kids academically, apply pressure athletically and drop the ball socially and emotionally.” He urged parents to play an active role in making sure their kids don’t need substances on a Friday night.
Oakton High production of "Once in a Lifetime."
Gorgeous costumes, talking pictures, and two thousand airplanes -- what could this possibly be, you ask? Why, Oakton High School’s production of “Once in a Lifetime” of course! “Once in a Lifetime” was written in 1929 by Moss Hart, and would turn out to be the first of many successes for the playwright.