In November, Herndon Patch readers followed the election closely, kept close tabs on police and crime news in Herndon and read about Black Friday and Herndon High's varsity cheer team.
November's most-read article was Dozens of Tires Slashed in Herndon Apartment Complex. The night of Nov. 24, more than 60 vehicles at the Dulles Greene apartment complex off of Rock Hill Road had their tires slashed. Police are still searching for the suspects.
Other top stories Herndon Patch readers read included information on Walmart workers striking during Black Friday over work hours, Herndon's local election results, and local police reports.
For more on each story, click the links below. Stories are listed in order of popularity as of Nov. 30.
Dozens of Tires Slashed in Herndon Apartment Complex
More than 64 vehicles had their tires slashed the night of Nov. 24.
Walmart Workers Striking Over Black Friday Hours
A number of Walmart workers nationwide went on strike over work hours on Thanksgiving.
Herndon Election 2012: Results
Patch kept up with all the local results in the 2012 presidential election.
Herndon Police Report: Missing 11-Year-Old Found
Herndon Police were able to locate a missing 11-year-old earlier in the month.
Police Seeking Suspect in Bank Robbery
Police are searching for the suspect who robbed the Capital One Bank in the Franklin Farm Shopping Center.
Herndon High Co-Ed Cheer Takes Top Spot at State Finals
After a Cinderella season, the HHS varsity cheer team won state finals.
Barack Obama Reelected President
President Obama was to a second term in office.
Among this months interesting police report items, Hurricane Beer and Reese's Cups were stolen.
Herndon Police Report: Subject Attempts to Shoplift Television
A victim reported their gas tank was siphoned.
Thanksgiving Panic—“Where Should I Order a Pre-Cooked Dinner?”
Readers looked for ideas on where to get precooked dinners on Thanksgiving.
Teens Charged in Herndon Area Burglary
Teens broke into a home on Kingstream Drive in Herndon.
Fairfax County is facing a huge budget shortfall for Fiscal Year 2014.
Will Virginia Stay Blue In This Presidential Election?
Patch takes a closer look at swing state Virginia.
Readers wanted to know what they read most in October.
A Herndon Military Hero
The story of Congressional Medal of Honor winner Wesley L. Fox, a legendary hero within the Marine Corps whose roots are in Herndon.
Herndon Police Report: Victim Receives Fraudulent 'Lottery' Check
As the Powerball reached $500 million, someone was sent a fraudulent winning lottery check.
Virginians Say 'Yes' to Questions 1 and 2
Changes to eminent domain and veto session scheduling pass by wide margins.
Frying Pan Farm Park to Celebrate Old Fashioned Christmas
The event included warming bonfires, wagon rides, strolling carolers, storytelling and more.
Readers wanted details on the Nearly Naked Mile in Reston Town Center.
Too Much Technology Breeds Health Problems in Teens
The physical and mental health risks for children who can’t pull themselves away from social media.
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