Each year we ask ourselves: What were the biggest stories?
There are a lot of ways to answer that question. We can choose stories that had the biggest impact on life in the Finger Lakes, Central New York, and Southern Tier. We can look at broad topics — asking ourselves what questions were most-important to get answered during the year. We can also take a look at individual categories — and build ‘most-read’ lists around topics or even specific reporters.
We’ll be doing a lot of that over the next several days as we move toward closing out 2020. To kick things off though — a rundown of our top-10 most read stories this year, as chosen by YOU, the reader.
#1: CAYUGA NATION DEMOLITION & FALLOUT
#2: STIMULUS CHECKS THROWN AWAY
#3: WALMART CLOSED FOR WEEKS AFTER ARSON
#4: FAMILY SEEKS ANSWERS AFTER NURSING HOME DEATH
#5: LOCAL SOFTBALL TEAM GETS CREATIVE DURING PANDEMIC
#6: HEALTHCARE WORKER KICKED OUT OF LOCAL DRUG STORE
#7: YATES COUNTY BUSINESS DISAPPEARS WITHOUT A TRACE
#8: GENEVA COMPANY TAKES OFF TO MICHIGAN
#9: CANANDAIGUA DOG SHINES IN SPOTLIGHT
#10: BJs WHOLESALE SHUTS DOWN IN GENEVA