Here are Reston Now’s top stories for 2021 (#1-5)

We’re counting down the top 20 most-read articles of 2021 this year. Today, we reveal the top five stories of the year.

5. Parents circulated petitions to remove three Fairfax County School Board Members. The move was pushed by parents who spent the last year calling for a five-day return to school.

4. The victims of a triple murder in Herndon’s Parkridge Gardens were all members of the same family.

3. More than 10,000 county residents received the COVID-19 vaccine to start off 2021.

2. A Vietnam veteran from Reston discovered his old helicopter at the Smithsoaian National Air and Space Museum.

1. A story about Gov. Ralph Northam expanding the eligibility criteria for COVID-19 vaccines had the most views this year.

We look forward to what the coming year has to offer.

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