Archives for: August 29th, 2014

Gaithersburg Cabinetry & Millwork Co.

Written by Admin on August 29, 2014

Gaithersburg Cabinetry & Millwork Co. was founded 32 years ago in Gaithersburg, Md. and moved to Vint Hill in 1996 to accommodate the company’s growing operations. The Vint Hill location also provides ample access to the company’s Washington, D.C. metropolitan area clients, which include Google’s D.C. headquarters, and many federal and state agencies.  Founder Stephan […]

Rockwell Collins

Written by Admin on August 22, 2014

Vint Hill’s historical connections to the military—including its establishment as a key code-breaking facility during World War II and its current-day hosting of the Cold War Museum are familiar to many.  Few people outside the aerospace industry may realize that work going on at a certain office building located in Vint Hill keeps the area […]

The Covert Cafe

Written by Admin on August 18, 2014

The Covert Café operates under the radar as a premiere luncheonette in the New Baltimore region and one of the Vint Hill community’s best-kept secrets. Local professionals and families visit the Covert Café for a quick breakfast or relaxing lunch on the patio, enjoying daily specials made from scratch and congregating at a local hotspot […]

The Cold War Museum

Written by Admin on August 15, 2014

The Cold War Museum was founded when avid history buff John Welch partnered with Francis Gary Powers, Jr.,  the son of the U2 pilot shot down over Russia, to see to fruition their mission to “educate, preserve, and research the confrontations from the end of World War II to the dissolution of the Soviet Union.” […]