2020 has been an unprecedented year, and of unprecedented headlines. Anchorage was thrust into the national spotlight in October as allegations led to a mayor's resignation.
But other stories that matter to were told here, in our city and on our streets, every single week. As staff looked back on an End of Year Round-up, we wanted to lay out the top stories in a way that allowed for local interests to shine through.
To that end, Anchorage Press has decided to revisit the most-read story from each month in the year 2020.
August: A sad goodbye to Kriner's Diner
We wish our readers a safe and happy New Year and a safer, healthier, happier 2021 for all.