Editor: As a coalition representing the vast majority of businesses and employees in Northern Virginia’s private-sector workforce, we would like to express our support for the Interstate 66 Outside the Beltway improvement project.
The Arlington Committee of 100 will look at “The Regional Economic Landscape Is Changing: What Economic Challenges Will This Bring to Arlington?” on Wednesday, June 10 at Gerard Phelan Hall at Marymount University.
Comcast recently celebrated the grand opening of its Xfinity store in Woodbridge with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony, joined by Del. Rich Anderson, R-51st District, and Prince William County Chamber of Commerce Chair-Elect Dalena Kanouse.
Virginia Tourism Corp. is partnering with Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, using the 46-year-old “Virginia is for Lovers” logo to promote the assortment of alcoholic products made in the commonwealth.
Southwest Airlines has announced plans to begin service from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to Orlando on Nov. 1, bringing to 17 the number of nonstop destinations served from the local airport.
Ann Bisson has long been known as the go-to person for businesses caught in a bureaucratic tangle in Arlington. And for her efforts, the deputy commissioner of revenue was honored May 19 with the Friend of Small Business Award by the Arlington Chamber of Commerce.
Venture capitalist Paul Singh, who grew up in Arlington and attended Bishop O’Connell High School, was selected as the keynote speaker at the Virginia Tech National Capital Region commencement ceremony, held May 17 at the George Mason University Center for the Arts.
Whole Foods Market officials announced May 6 they had signed a lease for a 70,000-square-foot store in The Boro, a new mixed-use development that will be built within the next few years in central Tysons Corner.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors announced the first tenant of the Prince William Science Accelerator – ISOThrive, a developer of nutritional ingredients to improve the gut microbiome – has expanded and entered into a new three-year lease for larger wet-laboratory space.
The Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce will honor outstanding students, educators and staff from Langely and McLean high schools at its annual Education Awards Breakfast, to be held on Thursday, May 14 at 7:30 a.m. at J. Gilbert’s, 6930 Old Dominion Drive.