Depending on how broadly you apply the term "varmint," you could say November was full of them.
Among the top stories on Arlington Patch for the month was a report of a Madison Manor resident finding a rat in the toilet. A pair of Good Samaritans scared off a couple of ne'er-do-wells in Lyon Park following an attack. And police believe a man in a coat continued to terrorize a Virginia Square woman by exposing himself.
But not all November news had the ick-factor. The month saw the end of a long campaign for Virginia's next governor. It also marked the 50th anniversary of the death of President John F. Kennedy, who was honored by a long list of dignitaries at Arlington National Cemetery.
The top stories from November: