Rally, Coronavirus: Top 10 News Stories In Fairfax City For 2020

Kristin Danley-Greiner

FAIRFAX CITY— It won't be long now until 2020 rolls over to the New Year. Quite a bit has happened in Fairfax City. From the coronavirus pandemic to businesses, Patch covered it. So which stories did Patch readers find the most interesting for Fairfax? Patch has rounded up the top 10 stories from 2020 as listed below. As always, thank you for being loyal readers.

1. Governor Northam, First Lady Test Positive For Coronavirus

2. Messages Of Black Women's Empowerment Resound At Lorton Rally

3. Lazy Dog Opens New Restaurant At Fair Oaks Shopping Center

4. Coronavirus Outbreaks Identified, Cases Up To 77 In Virginia

5. Twenties Age Group Most Infected With Coronavirus In Virginia

6. Air Force Colonel Gets 5 Years In Child Pornography Plea Deal

7. Northam: Local Restrictions Not Ruled Out Amid Virginia Reopening

8. VA Governor Credits Lack Of Spread Among Staff To Mask-Wearing

9. 7 Fairfax Students Win National Merit Scholarships

10. Fairfax Prosecutor Slams Predecessors For Staffing 'Crisis'

This article originally appeared on the Fairfax City Patch