Metrorail is warning people not to use Metrorail Wednesday morning after a disabled train shuttered service on the Orange and Silver lines between East Falls Church and Clarendon in Virginia. Find out the best alternate routes.
The developer behind the planned transformation of Ballston Common Mall into Ballston Quarter is going heavy on “experiential” offerings, including cooking classes, live-action entertainment escape rooms, bowling, bocce, karaoke and an indoor play-and-learning center for young families. See photos.
The restaurants announced for Quarter Market include fast casual eateries serving sushi rolls and salads to rustic establishments firing up authentic Italian cuisine.
Arlington-based AvalonBay Communities Inc., one of the largest owners of apartment communities in the nation, has signed a lease for its new headquarters at 4040 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington’s Ballston neighborhood will get its own outpost of Silver Diner, marking the local diner chain’s latest expansion of its flagship concept.
The Ballston Business Improvement District is rolling out BLinked, what it calls the region’s first free, seamless gigabit-capable Wi-Fi network, and it’s not just a series of hot-spots.
Free district-wide Wi-Fi is launching in Ballston this month, promising to deliver a high-speed and seamless internet connection
Nando’s Peri-Peri opens its newest Washington area location in Ballston, Virginia, Saturday, and Washington Capitals team members will be behind the counter serving up the chicken and chips for charity.
A driver taking an SUV for a spin struck four cars and flipped the vehicle on its side at a dealership in Ballston, Virginia.
Arlington-based technology company Applied Predictive Technologies will keep its headquarters in Ballston, thanks in part to state and local tax incentives and grants.
The Ballston Wahlburgers, which is set to open in early 2017, will occupy 6,600 square feet at Ballston Point at the intersection of Wilson Blvd. and Glebe Road.
In a hard hat, reflective vest and protective boots, Laura Mason’s job is to make sure Metro’s track work stays on schedule, and that the right equipment is in the right spot.
Shady Grove Fertility has a location now open at 901 N. Stuart Street in the Ballston Metro Center Office Towers.
A 12-story, mixed-use development with a possible grocery store in Ballston received the Arlington County Board’s endorsement over the weekend.
Just as commuters settle into a routine to deal with Metro’s first rush-hour track work, that first zone will end this week.