The top stories on Herndon Patch in the month of September were diverse as usual, running the gamut from a terrible freeway accident nearby, to the first-ever Herndon Fall Carnival, to a spirited discussion of the police department's first driver checkpoint in some time.
Click on the links below to catch up on some of the stories that had the most Herndon Patch readers clicking, sharing and commenting in September.
10. Police Searching for Motorcyclist Who Caused Herndon Woman to Fall Off Horse and Get Injured
9. South Lakes, Herndon Principals Respond to Graffiti Spree
8. Body of Herndon Man Who Disappeared on Delaware River Found
7. Resident Finds Exploded Plastic Bottle in Mailbox
6. Herndon Police Share Results of Driver Sobriety & License Checkpoint
5. Stink Bug Population 'May Be Ready to Explode' - And We're Right at the Epicenter
4. Fairfax County Announces New $350 'No Plate Tax'
3. Herndon Police to Conduct Driver Sobriety Checks Friday Night
2. Surprise! First-Ever Fall Carnival Kicks Off Downtown
1. Police: Woman Killed on I-495 After Exiting Car for Cigarette
Which story did you find most important in September? Tell us in the comments below.
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