The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority can breathe a little easier: Its most important tenant at Washington Dulles International Airport will be sticking around for the foreseeable future.
An administrator at Cunningham Park Elementary School contacted Vienna police Sept. 19 at 1:10 p.m. to say a juvenile student had been making a statement about hurting teachers.
A resident living in the 600 block of Ware Street, S.W., called Vienna police Sept. 16 at 8:45 p.m. to report someone was trying to steal lawn lights from the property.
Overwhelmed by Tysons’ rapid metamorphosis from an office and shopping destination into a vibrant city? Tysons leaders soon will bring the public up to speed about the urban center’s ongoing transformation and build excitement for the things to come.
It seemed like a storybook reunion: A former chamber of commerce president is rehired at his old stomping grounds in an effort to revitalize the group.
The Vienna Town Council on Sept. 26 unanimously awarded an $89,860 contract to Sagres Construction to install curb and gutter near new developments being built by JDA Custom Homes. The developer is building sidewalks at the sites, town officials said.