Yesterday, Vienna Patch posted some of the most-read September stories on Patch in the police and fire category.
Today, we’re presenting the stories that piqued your interest in other categories.
Here’s what else got a lot of interest:
Did You See the Minotaur Rocket Over Vienna? (Here It Is) - If you missed the Minotaur V rocket launch from NASA's Wallops Island facility on Virginia's coast, you're in luck: NASA recorded the whole event.
Vienna Mom Raises Awareness of Childhood Cancer, One Gold Ribbon at a Time - Most people recognize the ubiquitous pink ribbon that adorns cars, tee shirts, and fundraising request, but not many people recognize the meaning of a gold ribbon.
Will Vienna See Snow This Winter? - Snow has already started falling in the coldest parts of the United States, but whether Vienna will see any of the white stuff this winter is up for debate.
Twitter-Famous Teen Matt Espinosa Causes Mayhem at Tysons - Teen dream Matt Espinosa drew huge crowds to Tysons Corner Center—crowds so large that authorities had to be called in.
Photos: Kiln & Co. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - Kiln and Co., a new paint-your-own-pottery studio that opened in Vienna this summer, celebrated its opening in Vienna with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
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