Year in Review: The 20 Most-Read Stories of 2020 on Saucon Source

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2020 Most read Saucon Source Year in Review

Pictured above at left, Saucon Valley High School seniors celebrate their graduation, which took place outside the school due to the COVID-19 pandemic and public health requirements for physical distancing. At right, Curtis Ding of Forks Township celebrates upon becoming the 100th COVID-19 patient discharged from St. Luke’s Anderson Campus in the spring.

In terms of local news, 2020 has been unprecedented. And from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to Black Lives Matters protests and related controversies; from fatal flash flooding triggered by Hurricane Isaias to the turmoil of a historic presidential election, Saucon Source has been there not only to cover the news, but also to contextualize it for our readers.

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Below you will find the 20 most read stories of 2020. We hope you enjoy this review of them, and we thank you for your readership.

THE TOP 20

*Please note that this ranking is based on page views per Google Analytics. Some of the information in these articles may no longer be timely due to subsequent developments.

Walmart Shopper Who Failed to Wear Mask Charged With Disorderly Conduct: Police

State Sen. to Gov. Wolf: Move Northampton, Lehigh Counties to Yellow Phase

St. Luke’s Anderson Campus Discharges 100th COVID-19 Patient

Three Charged in Attempted Gun Shop Burglary, Police Say

UPDATED: Center Valley Fresh Market Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19

Souderton Area Wawa Worker Tests Positive for COVID-19

Flooding from Isaias Hits Downtown Hellertown, Surrounding Areas

State Police Respond to Gym Opening in Hanover Township (Photos)

Brewpub Owner on Employee Face Mask Dispute: ‘We Follow the Law’

Man Assaulted Boy with Special Needs in Walmart, Police Say

Police: Woman Didn’t Help Friend Who Took Drugs, Said She Couldn’t Feel Legs

Giant Announces Changes Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Second Hellertown Resident Has Died from COVID-19, County Says

Former CT Drug Kingpin Allegedly Had Kilos of Fentanyl in UST Home

Where are Winter’s Cold, Snow and Why are They Missing?

UPDATE: Black Lives Matter Peaceful Protest Held in Downtown Quakertown

Woman, 44, Dies in Upper Saucon Floodwaters

Package Thief Left Surprise in Victim’s Mailbox, Police Say

Updated: Bethlehem Resident Confirmed to Have Coronavirus

Which PA Counties Are Moving to ‘Yellow’ Phase? Which Aren’t?

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