Morning Notes | Journalist Tyson


Metrorail restores normal service after train derailment – “On Friday, October 15, normal service will resume on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines. Intermittent delays are possible as the investigation into Tuesday’s derailment continues. [WMATA]

Vienna ExxonMobil now serves Indian cuisine – “Raja and Bindu Puri opened the Chit Chaat cafe inside the gas station at 200 Maple Avenue E a few months ago. The husband and wife do all the preparation and cooking. Their children Neil, Maggie and Nikki take on respective roles in operations, finance and social media. While this isn’t the family’s first restaurant, it’s the first surrounded by gas pumps. [DC Eater]

Sexual assault reported near Bailey’s Crossroads – Fairfax County Police are looking for two men who allegedly broke into a woman’s apartment in the 6000 block of Knollwood Drive at around 5:10 am yesterday morning (Thursday). The woman told police she woke up when one of the men sexually assaulted her. He hit her and they fled from the apartment. [WTOP]

Funding for the construction of development land for Tysons retirement homes – “Mather, an award-winning provider of senior housing, announces that it has secured $ 300 million in funding to build The Mather, a luxury living plan community under construction in Tysons, Va. , with the syndicated transaction led by the Huntington National Bank. Scheduled to open in 2024, The Mather is a $ 500 million development. [The Mather]

Paving work on I-66 to close lanes and ramps in Vienna – The I-66 East will go from four to three lanes throughout the day tomorrow (October 16), with only one lane open at night today and tomorrow. The north and south ramps of Nutley Street will also be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for paving work as part of the Transform 66 Outside the Beltway project. [VDOT]

Tysons consultant plans big spending – “Tysons-based consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton plans to increase its acquisition spending over the next several years, targeting businesses … in areas such as healthcare technology and cybersecurity services,” reported the Wall Street Journal. Booz Allen plans to spend around $ 4 billion between April 2022 and March 2025, mostly on acquisitions, executives said last week on the company’s Investor Day. [Fairfax County EDA]


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