Can you guess what stories were most popular with Narberth-Bala Cynwyd Patch readers in the month of September?
Here are the top 10, ending with September's most popular story. Click the links to read the ones you've missed:
10. Health Inspections in Early September: Five public kitchens were checked. The most critical report found six infractions out of a 54-item checklist.
9. PennDOT Engineers Analyzing Narberth Bridge: The borough's main conduit between north and south closed for the second time in less than a year. It is to remain closed for at least several more weeks while repairs are contemplated.
8. Health Inspections in Late August: One restaurant was found to have 12 infractions on a 54-item checklist.
7. : It happened on Maple Avenue Sept. 10-11.
6. 7-Eleven Robbed Twice in a Week: The robber was armed in one of the incidents at the City Avenue convenience store.
5. Lower Merion Daytime Burglaries Prompt Warning from Police: The flurry of incidents was township-wide, according to authorities.
4. : Perhaps the most expensive theft in mid-September happened on Cynwyd Road.
3. : Three men were reported charged in the Bala Cynwyd incident.
2. Sun Valley Pizza Closes After Fire: The Narberth restaurant caught fire late on a Wednesday night.
1. : Authorities said 44-year-old Andrew Charles Thomas shot Officer Bradley Fox dead before killing himself.