The top stories on Fairfax City Patch in the month of September were diverse as usual, running the gamut from business changes, like the end of tax-free shopping on Amazon, to a couple of horrific car accidents and the appearance of school symbols spray-painted on neighborhood streets.
Click on the links below to catch up on some of the stories that had the most Fairfax City Patch readers clicking, sharing and commenting in September.
11. Local Youth Hockey Player Recovering From 'MRSA' Infection, Other Parents and Athletes Cautioned
10. American Bistro on Main Street Closes Its Doors
9. Amazon Begins Charging Sales Tax in Virginia
8. Trader Joe's Kicks Part-Timers Off Healthcare Plan
7. Fairfax County Announces New $350 'No Plate Tax'
6. Spray-Painting Streets - Back-to-School Prank, or School Spirit?
5. Traffic Advisory: Funeral Procession of 100+ Cars to Weave Through City
4. Police: Woman Killed on I-495 After Exiting Car for Cigarette
3. Fairfax City Resident Fights Back, Fires Gun at Intruders
2. 1 Dead After Police Pursuit in Fairfax City
1. Police: Man Became 'CIA Agent' to Stay Married to 2 Women
Which story did you find most important in September? Tell us in the comments below.
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