Lots of news filled the pages of Media Patch in October. Hurricane Sandy and her aftermath kept us the most busy in October. But the sad discover of baby Saanvi Venna's body being found was our most read story in October. Followed by the announcement of a federal investigation of the Springton Lake Middle School principal.
There was some lighter news that topped our charts in October too, like the photo gallery of the Delaware County SPCA's Bark in the Park event and the announcement that a new bakery was coming to town.
See what everyone is reading on Media Patch. Here are the top 15 most-read stories on Media Patch for the month of October:
- Saanvi Venna's Body Found
- Feds Investigate Springton Lake Principal
- Hurricane Sandy: Media Patch Information Center
- 2 Men Charged in Wawa Fraud
- No Details on Federal Investigation of Springton Lake Principal
- Poll: Should Trick-or-Treating Be Rescheduled?
- RTM School Bd: No Information on Springton Principal Probe
- Multiple Vehicle Crash on Rt. 1
- Media Police Investigate Robbery at Bank
- Tail Wagging Good Time at Bark in the Park
- Viso's Bakery Coming Soon to Media
- What's Open on Columbus Day?
- Upper Providence Home for Sale for $1.7 Million