Media Patch's Top 2012 News Stories
Check out Media Patch's Top 20 news stories from 2012.
Media Patch's most-read stories of 2012 reflect tragedy, new business and Hurricane Sandy.
The top story of 2012 was the announcement of a federal investigation of Springton Lake Middle School's principal. Readers speculated why he is being investigated but as we enter 2013 we still don't know the answer. The opening of My Three Sons Hot Dogs was a very close second, for the most-read stories of 2012, in fact only slightly shy of hitting the No. 1 spot. Sadly, we also had several tragic deaths and accidents this year and they too were largely read on Media Patch.
Below is a list of Media Patch's Top 20 most-read stories from 2012.
- Feds Investigate Springton Lake Principal
- My 3 Sons Hot Dogs to Open Saturday
- Saanvi Venna's Body Found
- Donate Supplies for Hurricane Sandy Relief
- Blotter: Erection Cream Stolen From Birds and Bees
- Zac's Hamburgers in Media Closes Doors
- Spasso Italian Grill Projected to Open in March
- Hurricane Sandy: Media Patch Information Center
- 2 Men Charged in Wawa Fraud
- Man Killed in 1-Car Crash at Granite Run Mall
- Diego's Cantina and Tequila Bar Expected to Open this Week
- Police: Body Found in Park is Missing Delco Woman
- Musicians 'Get Naked' for Local Photographer, Health Insurance
- No Details on Federal Investigation of Springton Lake Principal
- Gourmet Hot Dog Spot Coming to Media Borough
- Oct.'s Top Stories: Sandy, Saanvi Venna, Springton Lake Principal
- Structural Issues at Media Elementary Will Close Building in September
- Desert Rose Opens for Business
- Car Ignites House Fire in Upper Providence
- Diego's Mexican Restaurant Projected to Open in March