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Tewksbury Year in Review: Best of the Blogs

Looking back at the most popular blogs on Tewksbury Patch through the second half of 2013.

A rendering of the proposed Merrimack Valley Casino that was voted down at a Special Town Meeting in August. Photo Credit: Courtesy.
A rendering of the proposed Merrimack Valley Casino that was voted down at a Special Town Meeting in August. Photo Credit: Courtesy.

It may not come as a surprise to Tewksbury residents to hear that the proposed slots casino dominated the Tewksbury Patch blogs in the second half of 2013. 

Taking a look back at our top blog posts through the second half of the year, slots were an issue that folks wanted to write about, read and respond to. 

Other top blogs in 2013 included one about the 10th anniversary celebration at a Tewksbury restaurant, Tewksbury Boys Basketball League updates and our newest blog, Tewksbury High Hockey Talk.

Tewksbury Patch wants to thank everyone who submitted a blog in 2013, and without further ado, let's take a look at the most popular blog posts from July through December. 

July

Top Post: Support the Selectmen, but Vote Down the Slots

Author: Bruce Panilaitis 

Runner Up: The Tewksbury BU14-1 team makes it to the Final Four of the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions 

Author: Brenda Surowiec


August

Top Post: A Business Case Against Slots in Tewksbury

Author: Dan Elliman

Runner Up: No Impact on Crime? Let's Look at Bangor, ME...

Author: Bruce Panilaitis


September

Top Post: A New Kind of British Invasion

Author: Danielle Masterson

Runner Up: Obituary:Harold L. Hillson, Jr.

Author: Joel W. Deputat


October

Top Post: In My Opinion

Author: Mike Callahan

Runner Up: 10th Anniversary Celebration!

Author: Sarah Ryan


November

Top Post: Obituary: Sean Patrick O'Brien

Author: Joel W. Deputat

Runner Up: TBBL In-town Games Tipped Off on November 9th

Author: Bruce Panilaitis


December

Top Post: Paquette, Redmen Shutout Haverhill in Season Opener

Author: Doug Sheehan

Runner Up: Obituary:Paul S. Lemay

Author: Joel W. Deputat

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