The Patch Top-10 Stories for October
October really did have it all.
Welcome November! We know, with the aftereffects of Hurricane Sandy still lingering, it’s hard to focus on the fact that it’s a new month.
October brought it all: An RTA bus driving giving a mouthy passenger an uppercut, Halloween canceled for the month and a visit from a presidential candidate.
Here’s a list of our top ten stories from no. 10 to no. 1:
- Chester Road Moving West – Dangerous intersection likely getting an overhaul.
- Mayor: Storm Clouds are Gathering – Mayor Greg Zilka says bad times could be ahead.
- Best Pizza in Avon and Avon Lake – Everyone loves pizza, and the Rotary’s pizza bake off has the champ.
- Drug Mart Cited in Underage Sales – The drinking is age is 21. Good to remember.
- Mitt Romney at ALHS – Tweets, Yours and Ours – We’re all social now. You tweeted, we repeated.
- Hurricane Sandy’s Local Damage – Do you have a photo? Add it to the gallery.
- Road Closings, Flooding and Power Outages – Sandy makes a statement, but spared us locusts.
- Sandy Ruins Halloween, Trick or Treat is moved – Mother Nature throws us an October curveball.
- Mitt Romney Visits Avon Lake High School – Putting Avon Lake on the political map, visitors behaved and braved a cold, rainy wait.
And the no. 1 story for the month? No surprise, it’s the Cleveland woman who learned a lesson for misbehaving. Yes, this is the video seen across the world.
- RTA Bus Driver Hits Female Passenger – Reminding everyone that bad manners may get you punched in the face. And punching in the face may get you fired.