Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Shoppers can now pay with PayPal at their local Foot Locker, The Home Depot, Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
PayPal announced this year that shoppers at The Home Depot, Hollister, Foot Locker and Abercrombie & Fitch can now pay with their mobile number and a PIN associated with their PayPal account. For almost 15 years, people have used PayPal to shop online and on mobile devices. Now, millions of PayPal users worldwide, can also pay securely at their favorite local stores. The new in-store payment system is free of transaction fees for shoppers. Using PayPal for payment in-store or online means you will never have to share your personal financial info, such as your credit card number, with retailers. Plus, PayPal security specialists monitor transactions 24/7. They also have a customer service line for shoppers to call with any questions or …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Online discussion about Phase 2 on Friday.
You may have lost track of the big picture of the Silver Line subway construction from Falls Church through McLean and Tyson's Corner to Dulles Airport because it has disrupted traffic and changed the landscape forever. Two new subway stations are located in McLean on Dolley Madison Boulevard and another directly opposite Tysons Corner Mall main entrance. Two other stations are located along Route 7 between Route 123 and the Dulles Access and Toll Roads. Here's where the project stands by the numbers. 1. The Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project is a 23-mile extension of Metro’s Orange Line. When finished it will whisk riders from downtown Washington to Dulles Airport in one ride, no transfers. 2. It is under construction in two phases. Phase…
Thursday, October 6, 2011
A jury found Carmela dela Rosa, 51, guilty of first-degree murder Thursday for throwing her granddaughter over a Tysons Corner Center walkway last November
Update 5:46 p.m.: Commonwealth Attorney Ray Morrogh said the verdict given to Carmela dela Rosa was a "just result," but said trying the case was "grueling" and there were "no winners in a case like this." "[There's] no joy," Morrogh said. "This is a scar that’s not going to go away.” “We’ve all lost a little piece of our hearts in this thing,” he said. Defense attorney Dawn Butorac said she was disappointed in the verdict; she believed dela Rosa was truly insane at the time of the crime. Morrogh said he spoke to James and Kat Ogdoc, 2-year-old Angelyn Ogdoc's parents, after the sentencing and said they’re both devastated after re-hashing the events surrounding their daughter's death. “They’re just surviving. Thank God they love each other…