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Tewksbury Patch Top News in 2013: Slots, Beyonce Visits Walmart and More

Stories pertaining to the proposed Merrimack Valley Casino were the most read on Tewksbury Patch through the summer months.

The office of Penn National Gaming on Main Street in Tewksbury. Photo Credit: Chris Gambon.
The office of Penn National Gaming on Main Street in Tewksbury. Photo Credit: Chris Gambon.

From the host community agreement with Penn National Gaming in July to the defeat of the proposed slots casino at an August Special Town Meeting, Tewksbury Patch readers followed the proposed slots casino from beginning to end. 

Stories pertaining to the proposed Merrimack Valley Casino were the most read on Tewksbury Patch through the summer months.

Other top stories on Tewksbury Patch through the second half of 2013 included Beyonce's visit to Walmart on Main Street as well as police news. 

Let's take a look at the most popular blog posts from July through December, and as always, thanks for reading! 

July

Top Post: Selectmen Approve Host Community Agreement With Penn National

Runner Up: Tewksbury Man Arrested For Allegedly Offering Sexual Acts at Library

August

Top Post: Slots Parlor Zoning Amendment Voted Down at Special Town Meeting

Runner Up: If Zoning Changes Don't Pass at Special Town Meeting, Election Will Still Be Held

September

Top Post: Selectmen Approve Beer and Wine License For Merrimack Valley Pavilion

Runner Up: Tewksbury Resident Cited Following Fatal I-93 Crash in Andover

October

Top Post: Tewksbury Police Execute Drug Search Warrant, Two Arrested

Runner Up: Update: Motorcyclist In South Street Crash Was Driving Stolen Bike, Expected to Survive

November

Top Post: Firefighters Respond to Large Brush Fire Near Wilmington Line

Runner Up: Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle on Main Street Resulting in Serious Injuries

December

Top Post: Was Beyonce in Tewksbury?

Runner Up: Tewksbury Police Respond to Multiple Vehicle Crash on Shawsheen Street

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