Here are Reston Now’s top stories for 2021 (#6-10)

John Gluck on NBC’s “Ordinary Joe” (Photo courtesy of Sandy Morris/NBC)

We’re counting down the top 20 most-read articles of 2020 this week. Here’s the rundown for #6-10.

10. Officials estimated that phase two of the Silver Line would not open no earlier than February of next year. 

9. The county revised its methods for registering people for the COVID-19 vaccine. 

8. A Reston Now employee was booted from Reston Town Center for taking photos

7. A Herndon teen scored a part in NBC’s drama “Ordinary Joe.”

6. Parents petitioned to recall Fairfax County School Board members in June. 

Check back tomorrow for our final update.

Photo courtesy of Sandy Morris/NBC

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