- November 19 – The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors votes 7-1 to allow the Fairfax Hospital Corporation to move forward with its plans to construct a hospital in the Fair Oaks region of the county.
- November 19 – Helene M. Cassell becomes the first woman promoted to the rank of Captain in the Fairfax County Police Department. Cassell, a 38-year-old with 12 years in service to the department, is promoted in anticipation of becoming the commander of the Fair Oaks substation. Also promoted were John E. Granfield to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel to become the first deputy chief for operations, Michael Young and John Rob to major, and Luther Nossett, Jr. to captain.
- November 21 – 36-year-old Rosita A. Barker is mortally injured while crossing Elden Street in Herndon by Michael Capone when he strikes her with the pickup truck he is driving. Barker is taken by helicopter to Fairfax Hospital, where she dies early the next morning.
- Moore, Molly, and Priscilla Painton. "Hospital Plan Endorsed by Fairfax Supervisors." The Washington Post (1974-Current file): B3. ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Washington Post (1877-1995). Nov 20 1984. Web. 5 Apr. 2012.
- Fishman, Charles. "Fairfax Police Get First Woman Captain." The Washington Post (1974-Current file): 1. Nov 20 1984. ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Washington Post (1877-1995). Web. 1 Oct. 2012.
- "Blind Woman, Dog Fatally Hit by Pick-Up Truck." The Washington Post (1974-Current file): 1. Nov 23 1984. ProQuest. Web. 16 Jan. 2014.
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