When one of the largest companies in the world decides to open a branch in the area, that gets your attention.
I apologize ahead of time for the photos of dead bobcats that are being published with this week’s column. But there is a reason we made the decision to do this.
The story at #1 is so good and so well-written that I’m going to struggle with not giving away too much. I don’t want to ruin it for you if you haven’t read the article.
In an interview with GQ called the Trumpiest Congressman in Trump’s Washington, Matt Gaetz said, “The organizing principle of today’s politics is ‘stay interesting.’”
We’ve already known for years that our readers love seeing stories about Venice. There is something about that city’s Disney-like downtown, its iconic beaches and its high school sports teams that people seem to love.
Apparently, thousands of you were just as perplexed by the word “seepage” as I was when it came to Mosaic’s leak at its Bartow property. You made the story of the “seepage” #1 two weeks in a row.
If water is flowing out of a hole at 80 gallons a minute, can you call that a leak? Or is it something worse? And who came up with the name “seepage” to describe something like this?
Many of you decided to become newspaper headline writers last week when we posted a story and photos of the Taco Bell in Englewood catching fire.
In many ways, I did not want to write this week’s Top Five column because it meant I had to re-read the story at #1. I really didn’t want to visit that story again because of the new, horrifying details.