Sunday, December 2, 2012
The top article was helped by national exposure.
Being November, an election guide was a top story, but it was all local news other than that. The top-viewed article, about a Brentwood ambulance driver who took his ambulance to a St. Mary Magdalen volleyball game got a lot more views when it ran later in JEMS.com, an online publication for emergency medical workers. Articles about Jumpin Jupiter, QuikTrip, high school football, Uncle Bobby's Wedding, a Richmond Heights crime, and Brentwood crime and BOA politics rounded out the top 10 for the month.
Monday, September 3, 2012
As the summer wraps up, here's a look at some top stories in Maplewood-Brentwood Patch from New Years to present.
Here, in order of number of clicks, are some of the top-viewed stories so far in 2012. To generalize, news about businesses: new, destroyed, relocating or offending made news. Reported local crimes, especially if the suspect is local, are well-read. Brentwood politics and schools, of course, are news. Some on this list will likely show up again. Others, hopefully not.
Monday, July 2, 2012
Two topics, one Brentwood and one Maplewood, dominated the headlines.
Two issues: Jumpin' Jupiter and insurance for Brentwood elected officials dominated the top 10 June article headlines, so here's 10 plus one. The Jumpin' Jupiter story will be over if state sales tax wasn't taken care of on Friday, if the tax was a paid, we'll see... The issue of city-paid health insurance for elected officials came up in April, and is still unresolved. Look for more on this soon. So, here are the top 11 stories for June 2012.
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Antar Thompson leads the month of May, then it's business, politics, the usual.
Last month you got the top 5 stories from the previous month. You're getting double your money this month. The list starts with articles that drew views from around Missouri; includes business political and crime news; and ends with the Maplewood City Council deciding what to do with vacant properties. 1. Antar Thompson Chooses Missouri Football 2. A Super 'Super' Full Moon Due on Saturday 3. QuikTrip Lease Signed for Move to Manchester and Big Bend 4. Brentwood High Graduate to Open City Diner Near Maplewood 5. Pinball, Skeeball Lounge to Open Thursday – Or Friday 6. Deer Creek Development Getting Closer 7. Anonymous Brentwood Ward 1 Mailings Perplexed One Group of Four 8. Robbery Attempt in Brentwood Promenade Lot Wednesday Night, …