The top five stories of 2013

Residents of the Roadway Inn were forced to evacuate their rooms due to a two-alarm fire in February. It was a memorable year in York.

Residents of the Roadway Inn were forced to evacuate their rooms due to a two-alarm fire in February. The fire was just one of the stories that captured your attention this year in York. (FILE — DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS)

A municipal election — that few knew was happening; the great fire box debate; York struck by food trucks (and carts); a fire chief named; the Northwest triangle reclaimed; a commission in turmoil; a drug task force divided; a fourth of July tradition saved; a family found for a forsaken ficus.

In 2013, York debated, nurtured, cried, donated, cared, voted, changed, died and lived. Here’s a snapshot of five stories that captured our reader’s attention this year:

Who or what do you think were the top news makers in 2013?

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