ICE officials detain Falls Church woman; three NoVA companies appear on LinkedIn’s Top Companies list

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Friday, May 19.

A Salvadoran woman from Falls Church, who has a misdemeanor for driving without a licence, was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.
(The Washington Post)

Reston-based Leidos Holdings and McLean-based Booz Allen Hamilton appear at Nos. 31 and 37 on LinkedIn’s 2017 list of Top Companies. Gartner Group, which acquired Arlington’s CEB Inc., is No. 43.

Fares for Arlington Transit and Specialized Transportation for Arlington Residents buses could rise. ART fares would increase from $1.75 to $2, and STAR could increase from $3.50 to $4.

The Liberty development in Lorton, which boasts apartments, townhouses and single-family homes and is scheduled to open in 2019, takes the place of the D.C. Department of Corrections prison, which closed in 2001.
(The Washington Post)

A D.C. developer plans to convert an Alexandria office building into 610,000 square feet of residential space with retail on the ground floor.
(Washington Business Journal)