WASHINGTON — The electricity has been restored at the Tysons Corner mall in northern Virginia, according to a spokesman at Dominion Virginia Power. The electricity went out shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday, closing shops and forcing…
WASHINGTON — While time is running out to get your Christmas shopping done, you can still get one or two pieces to finish your list. So, what are D.C.-area residents still looking for? “Electronics,” Xavier Alire…
It\’s a program that has netted arrests and returned merchandise valued in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Now, as another holiday shopping season begins, Fairfax County is deploying its undercover team into the malls.
State and local leaders gathered Monday to mark the ceremonial groundbreaking for Capital One\’s new 470-foot-high tower that will be the first of a dozen high-rises planned in Tysons Corner. The project is expected to help transform the commercial hub of Fairfax County.
Not every new Tysons development will be 1 million-plus square feet with thousands of new residential units.
There\’s more available parking around Metro\’s new Silver Line stations than riders might think.
A Tysons Corner small business looks forward to getting a big boost from the Silver Line.
Lingering construction cranes above the Tysons Corner station aren\’t dimming expectations for massive changes as the Silver Line prepares to open Saturday.
Learn more about amenities at each Silver Line station, which bus routes will serve the stations and how the new Metro service will affect commuters.
Greystar plans to start work soon on a 34-story high-rise near the Silver Line\’s Spring Hill Metro station to be called Elan Tysons West after acquiring the development site earlier this month from a a joint venture including The Georgelas Group LLC. The 400-unit high-rise, with about 6,500 square feet of ground-floor retail, is just one of several parcels Georgelas took through the Fairfax County entitlement process.
It\’s the third bomb incident in a week.
Fairfax County Police have released recordings from the 911 calls
made during a frightening night last weekend at a Tysons Corner movie theater.
The exploding soda bottles in a busy movie theater complex point to coordination, according to officials in Fairfax County, who have submitted the bottles for analysis.
During a showing of \’Godzilla,\’ Rick Dunbar heard loud popping noises.
A man who spurred the evacuation of a Tysons Corner condominium building faces multiple charges related to the almost eight-hour standoff with police.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.