Top Fairfax News in November
Most-read Patch stories in November in Fairfax City.
This month's top headlines include a $50,000 lotto ticket, a man with a big knife, Election Day, and a hit and run at the police station.
For more on each story, click the links below. Stories are listed in order of popularity as of November 30.
Fairfax Restaurant Inspections: Violations at Dairy Queen, Espositos
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Fairfax City Chooses Obama, Kaine, Connolly
Voters in Fairfax City lean left, stay in line with much of Virginia in Tuesday's elections.
Where to Buy a Powerball Ticket in Fairfax City
Where to purchase your lucky, winning $500 million Powerball ticket.
UPDATE: Romney Rally Monday Moves to GMU's Patriot Center
The rally at the Patriot Center, which seats 10,000, was scheduled for the day before Election Day.
Police Search For 7-Eleven Robbery Suspect
At some point, the suspect displayed a knife, pushed the employee away and fled on foot toward the Farrish of Fairfax vehicle dealership on Fairfax Boulevard.
An Open Letter to The Person with Information on Morgan Harrington's Death
Former Virginia state police officer asks those with more information to come forward.
City of Fairfax Police Building Damaged in Hit and Run
A Spotsylvania man was arrested and charged with multiple offenses Thursday after he allegedly drove into the garage of the City of Fairfax Police Headquarters, causing an estimated $10,000 in damage.
Man Walking with Large Knife Prompts 'Secure the Building' at Woodson
Fairfax City police say there is no threat to the community, but are unable to locate suspect walking with what appeared to be a 12-inch blade.
Update: Jermantown Road Reopens After 3-Car Crash
Two people were taken to the hospital after a three-car accident on Jermantown Road.
Voter Turnout Steady as Fairfax Hits the Polls
Long lines and wait times were common at polling locations.