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Top 10 Most Read Stories of 2012

Find out which Rivertowns Patch stories made the list.

As we say hello to 2013, we say goodbye to saddest, the shocking and the most compelling stories of the 2012. Check out our list below to see what were the most read stories on Rivertowns Patch in 2012.

And the Top 10 most read stories of 2012 are:

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2.) UPDATE: Rockslide on the Palisades: Call for Photos

 

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4.) Dobbs Fire Chief Mourns Loss of Department Member in Sunday Crash

 

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7.) Police Confirm Violent Home Invasion in Ardsley; One Taken to Hospital

 

8.) Dobbs Ferry Grad’s Death Ruled as Suicide

 

9.)Pregnant Teen Punched in the Stomach

 

10.) Alcohol Party Busted Thursday Night in Irvington Woods

 

Jerry Eimbinder January 01, 2013 at 12:45 PM
Two stories that didn't make the "most read" list but were nevertheless very interesting and informative were: 1. "Dobbs Ferry Therapist Talks Asperger's, Violence" by Dina Sciortino (part of Patch's Sandy Hook Elementary School coverage), Dec. 20, 2012. www.rivertowns.patch.com/articles/local-therapist-answers-calls-on-asperger-s-violence 2. "Zuckerberg Unfazed by Celebrity; Still Dedicated to Practice" by Lizzie Hedrick, (a profile of Dr. Edward Zuckerberg, Dobbs Ferry dentist and father of Facebook' founder Mark Zuckerberg), July 27, 2012. www.tarrytown.patch.com/articles/zuckerberg-unfazed-by-celebrity-still-dedicated-to-practice-0083805d
Dina Sciortino January 01, 2013 at 07:42 PM
Thanks Jerry! Happy New Year!
Corky January 01, 2013 at 07:52 PM
Let's not forget to give a very honorable mention to Robin Stettnisch's "Proof Of Life After Death' blog and thread, which never fails to entertain and enlighten on so many levels.

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