December 31, 2007
As 2007 staggers to a close, Crotonblog would like to thank our letter-writers, commenters and readers for their support and contributions to our Web site.
As we look back on the past year—and our continued growth—Crotonblog would like to share this interesting statistic: the top-twenty stories most-read by our readership.
- Man Drowns at Mayo’s Landing in Croton-on-Hudson
- Croton’s Commercial Real Estate ‘Album of Shame’
- Updating Crotonblog’s ‘Album of Shame’: Another Croton Business Bites the Dust
- Freedom of Speech Knows No Geographic Boundaries: Strange Behavior at the Black Cow
- I, Too, Have a Dream
- A Baker’s Dozen: Thirteen Reasons for Croton’s Business Recession
- Occidents Will Happen: Mayor Greg Schmidt Cuts Ribbon at New Nail Salon
- ‘By Their Works Shall Ye Know the Schmidt Administration’
- Trash Talk: Alliance Party Candidates Still Peddling Their Big Lie
- Why Is Croton So Selectively Enforcing Its Laws, Mr. Mayor?
- Nordica Drive Residents Cite Swimming as ‘Illegal’ at Mayo’s Landing
- The Uses of Anonymity: Everybody’s Doin’ It
- Train Station Traffic Lights Could Solve Congestion Woes on Croton Point Avenue
- Is Croton-on-Hudson the Most Dog-Unfriendly Village in Westchester?
- Yet Another Nail Salon to Open in Croton-on-Hudson
- Croton GOP Candidates Lose Republican Party Line
- Croton’s Bleak House Six Long Months Later
- The Croton Follies: A Report on the Village Board Meeting of July 16, 2007
- Marie Yurchuk Takes a Swipe at Crotonblog. We Respond
- A History of Parking Rates, Commuters, and Croton
To put the popularity of these stories in perspective, in 2007, Crotonblog served 91,000 visitors who viewed 184,000 pages. Additionally, during each of those visits, Crotonblog readers spent 2:45 minutes on the site and looked at 2.2 pages.