Tysons, VA

The weekend is almost here. Before you head out to browse a farmers market or catch up on some much-needed sleep, let’s revisit any recent news from the Tysons area that you might’ve missed from the past week.

These were the most-read stories on Tysons Reporter this week:

  1. Skip the Tidal Basin and check out Fairfax County’s cherry blossoms
  2. Falls Church City Council to hear another mixed-use development proposal for Broad and Washington
  3. Fairfax County will expand vaccine eligibility to all adults by April 18, given sufficient supply
  4. Fairfax County vaccine rollout moves to “Phase 1c” as COVID-19 cases stay level
  5. Falls Plaza Shopping Center gets new name as renovation is set to begin

Ideas for stories we should cover can be sent to [email protected] or submitted as an anonymous tip. Photos of scenes from around the community are welcome too, with credit always given to the photographer.

You can find previous rundowns of top stories on the site.

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The weekend has almost arrived. Before you head out to take in some cherry blossoms or catch up on some much-needed sleep, let’s revisit any recent news from the Tysons area that you might’ve missed from the past week.

These were the most-read stories on Tysons Reporter this week:

  1. Fairfax County opens COVID-19 vaccine appointments to all “Phase 1b” groups
  2. Vienna Police: Girl harassed outside Dunkin Donuts, man seeks to dump cannonball
  3. Police identify driver in fatal crash on Arlington Boulevard
  4. Man dies after crash on Arlington Boulevard in Merrifield
  5. Deadline for comments on proposed Vienna Metro improvements coming Monday

Ideas for stories we should cover can be sent to [email protected] or submitted as an anonymous tip. Photos of scenes from around the community are welcome too, with credit always given to the photographer.

You can find previous rundowns of top stories on the site.

Photo by Joanne Liebig

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Yesterday we kicked off the countdown of our most-read stories of the year.

Here’s the final list of the top 10 stories.

10. Chef Geoff’s Set to Close Tysons Restaurant in 12 Days (9,723 views)

The restaurant’s Tysons location closed on Friday, June 21, after 10 years at 8045 Leesburg Pike.

9. Body Found Along Leesburg Pike in Tysons (9,779 views)

In May, Fairfax County police said a body was found along Leesburg Pike near the Spring Hill Metro station.

8. Here’s a Sneak Peek Inside the New Whole Foods Store in Tysons (9,918 views)

Before the new Whole Foods opened to the public in The Boro, Tysons Reporter got to check out the store.

7. Here’s What’s Opening With the Whole Foods in Tysons (9,981 views)

Before Whole Foods opened, Tysons Reporter rounded up a list of other retailers and eateries waiting to piggyback off of that launch.

6. Roads Closed in Tysons Area Following Major Flooding (10,205 views) 

Tysons Reporter kept readers updated on road closures and weather-related incidents when severe flooding hit the Tysons area on July 8.

5. Tysons Malls Extend Hours For Black Friday Shopping (10,761 views)

Tysons Corner Center and Tysons Galleria had extended their hours for shoppers on one of the biggest shopping days of the year.

4. Fairfax County Investigating American Disposal Services for Failed Trash Pick-Ups (11,314 views)

In the spring, Fairfax County’s Board of Supervisors decided to investigate reports of missed trash pick-ups by a solid waste and recycling collection company in preparation to take legal action. (The county ended up fining American Disposal Services.)

3. Nothing Found After Police Respond to Reports of Man With Weapon at Gannett HQ (13,323 views)

Fairfax County police responded en masse to reports of a man with a weapon at Gannett headquarters in Tysons one day in August. Police said that after a thorough investigation, “our detectives have concluded no criminal activity occurred.”

2. Lord and Taylor Closing at Tysons Corner Center With Clearance Sale (25,503 views)

Shoppers can find 20-40% discounts at Lord and Taylor before the department store closes at Tysons Corner Center in January.

1. Macy’s in Tysons Galleria Closing With Big Clearance Sale (29,019 views)

The biggest story of 2019 for Tysons Reporter focused on the discounts at Macy’s in January ahead of its closure in Tysons Galleria.

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Miss out on the past week of local news in Tysons, McLean and Vienna? Not a problem, our weekly top stories rundown can get you caught up quickly.

Below are the most-read articles on the site last week. We’ve noted any that have remained popular despite being published prior to last week.

You can also check out previous top stories here.

  1. Police: String of Fairfax County Burglaries Targeting Minorities May Be Related
  2. Tysons Corner Center’s Skating Rink Not Returning This Winter (Oct. 24)
  3. Man Allegedly Hiding Stolen Merchandise Arrested at Tysons Corner Center
  4. Dulles Toll Road Rate Hikes Start Next Week
  5. Designs Unveiled for New Tysons East Fire Station
  6. Where to Ice Skate In the Post-Tysons Corner Center Rink Era (Dec. 7)
  7. Kid-Friendly Volunteer Opportunities Around Tysons
  8. Best Holiday Light Displays in Vienna and McLean (Dec. 3)
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Miss out on the past week of local news in Tysons, McLean and Vienna? Not a problem, our weekly top stories rundown can get you caught up quickly.

Below are the most-read articles on the site last week. We’ve noted any that have remained popular despite being published prior to last week.

You can also check out previous top stories here.

  1. Lady M Cake Boutique Opens in Tysons Galleria
  2. Vienna Neighbors Come Together to Open New Upscale Restaurant
  3. Tysons Corner Center’s Skating Rink Not Returning This Winter (Oct. 24)
  4. Photos: Merrifield Then and Now
  5. Indoor Play Spaces to Get Through the Winter
  6. Car Stolen Mid-Pizza Delivery in Tysons East
  7. BREAKING: Woman Pinned by Minivan in McLean Driveway
  8. Best Holiday Light Displays in Vienna and McLean (Dec. 3)
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Miss out on the past week of local news in Tysons, McLean and Vienna? Not a problem, our weekly top stories rundown can get you caught up quickly.

Below are the most-read articles on the site last week. We’ve noted any that have remained popular despite being published prior to last week.

You can also check out previous top stories here.

  1. Fairfax Police Investigating Home Invasion in Falls Church
  2. A Look at Scotts Run, the Tysons Development That Apple Has Its Eye On (Nov. 14)
  3. Best Holiday Light Displays in Vienna and McLean (Dec. 3)
  4. Apple’s Expansion Plans Don’t Include N. Va.
  5. Here’s What to Do in an Active Shooter Situation, According to Fairfax Police
  6. Residential Towers Proposed to Replace J.R.’s Stockyards Inn (Dec. 7)
  7. Tysons Corner Center’s Skating Rink Not Returning This Winter (Oct. 24)
  8. Starting Friday: Free Holiday Lyft Rides to Combat Drunk Driving
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Miss out on the past week of local news in Tysons, McLean and Vienna? Not a problem, our weekly top stories rundown can get you caught up quickly.

Below are the most-read stories on the site last week. We’ve noted any articles that have remained popular despite being published prior to last week.

You can also check out previous top stories here.

  1. Two New Stores Announced For Tysons Galleria
  2. Best Holiday Light Displays in Vienna and McLean
  3. Development Plans Include Outline for New Tysons Biergarten Location
  4. Taste of Urbanspace Opens in Tysons Galleria, Replacing Isabella Eatery
  5. New Jones Branch Connector Set to Partially Open Next Sunday
  6. A Look at Scotts Run, the Tysons Development That Apple Has Its Eye On (Nov. 14)
  7. Competitive Race to Replace Retiring Supervisor Smyth Kicks Off
  8. UPDATED: Wawa Coming to Vienna (Nov. 28)
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Want to know what stories are the talk of the town in Tysons, Vienna and McLean?

If so, you’re in luck. Below are the most-read articles on the site last week.

  1. Exclusive: Wawa Coming to Vienna
  2. Black Friday Mall Theft Leads to Pursuit and Crash in Tysons
  3. New Book Explores the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Pimmit Hills
  4. Here’s What Is Replacing Isabella Eatery at Tysons Galleria
  5. Boro Tower Scores Law Firm Tenant
  6. Wawa’s Vienna Location Still Undetermined
  7. Two Teens Charged in Marco Polo Fire and Local Vandalism
  8. Peruvian Chicken Coming Soon to Vienna’s Maple Avenue

You can also check out previous top stories here.

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Traveling for Thanksgiving? Not a problem, our weekly top stories rundown can get you caught up quickly on the past week of local news for Tysons, McLean and Vienna.

Below are the most-read stories on the site last week. Note that some of the articles were published prior to last week.

  1. Apple Eyes Fairfax County As Arlington Lands Amazon
  2. A Look at Scotts Run, the Tysons Development That Apple Has Its Eye On
  3. Police Searching for Couple Who Tried to Lure Child into Van
  4. Local Restaurants That Serve Thanksgiving Dinner
  5. Grand Opening for Caboose Commons in Merrifield This Weekend
  6. Tysons Corner Center’s Skating Rink Not Returning This Winter
  7. McLean Double Murder Suspect Arrives in Fairfax County, Due in Court Tomorrow
  8. New Book Explores the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Pimmit Hills

You can also check out previous top stories here.

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Last week was a banner week for Tysons Reporter — our biggest readership week by far, with more than 26,500 new users stopping by. Their main reason for that: our report (#1 on the list) that Apple is “seriously” considering a Fairfax County location for its new East Coast output.

Below are the top stories on the site last week. You can also check out previous top stories here.

  1. Apple Eyes Fairfax County As Arlington Lands Amazon
  2. A Look at Scotts Run, the Tysons Development That Apple Has Its Eye On
  3. UPDATED: Police Investigating Great Falls Bank Robbery
  4. Great Falls Man Arrested for Bank Robbery
  5. New Bus Line Running Cheap Trips from Tysons to NYC
  6. HQ2 Bringing New Jobs, Traffic and Housing Costs to Tysons
  7. Theft Suspects Arrested After Foot Chase at Tysons Corner Center
  8. Vienna Man Dies Crossing Street to Help His Wife
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