Year in News-Review: Complete list of our Top 10 stories of 2011

01/02/2012 8:55 AM |

BARBARAELLEN KOCH FILE PHOTO | Horton Avenue flood victim turned community activist Linda Hobson (right) and her fellow Horton Avenue flood victims during a press conference on the block. An expected $3.6 million in federal money will be used to purchase 13 properties on the street at pre-flood market value and turn the area into open space.

Over the past 10 days, the News-Review unveiled its top 10 stories of 2011 in Riverhead.

In case you missed any of our posts, here’s the complete list:

No. 10: Homicide at the Budget Host Inn

No. 9: Local doctor charged in Medicare scheme

No. 8: Horton Avenue flood victims get federal funds

No. 7: Riverhead swept up in ‘Tebowmania’

No. 6: Town takes heat after motel raid

No. 5: The changing face of downtown Riverhead

No. 4: Jim Bissett found dead in Mattituck

No. 3: Irene spares Riverhead her worst, days after quake

No. 2: Community rallies around young burn victim

No. 1: Voters approve $78.3 million for school upgrades

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