November: Perry Hall's Newsiest Month
Revisit the stories that broke Perry Hall Patch's traffic records.
This month, however, was an anomaly in that the big stories kept coming, again and again and again.
Check out some of the articles that gave November more than double the site traffic of every previous month since launch.
Here are some of the month's biggest topics and stories.
Perry Hall High's Bernie dance controversy swept the nation.
- UPDATE: Soccer Season Canceled Over 'Bernie' Dance, Students Protest
- Dulaney Supporters Unhappy with Perry Hall's 'Appalling' Playoff Game Celebration
- UPDATE: Coach, Athletes Speak Out After 'Bernie' Dance Controversy
- UPDATE: Principal Reverses 'Bernie' Dance Decision, Season To Continue
A robber brought a knife to a gunfight with a liquor store owner.
Stacey Schantz shared a cautionary tale about baby shampoo.
A condo fire caused about $1 million in damages.
A teen impersonated a police officer outside White Marsh Mall.
Milk delivery returned to Perry Hall.
Some readers felt that Rep. Andy Harris gave short notice for a town hall meeting.
Local pantries feed the hungry.
After several weeks of singing, Paige Elizabeth's group was voted off of X FACTOR.
It turns out I'm not the only one who eats sauerkraut on Thanksgiving.
Which story impacted you the most this month? Tell us in the comments.