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Phoenixville Patch's Top Five Most-Read Stories of 2011

Find out what stories had the most attention in 2011.

As the year winds down, here's a look at the five most-read stories on Phoenixville Patch.

1. , Oct. 17

The Baltimore Sun covered the death of a woman who fell down a trash chute in a city apartment building.

2. , Aug. 28

This completely user-generated gallery shows the aftermath of this late-August hurricane in the Phoenixville area. 

3. , Sept. 21

Following the arrests of Saleem Williams, 20, and Stephen Reidler, 23, for the murder of Selvin Lopez-Mauricio, 22, Phoenixville's 18-year-old Monique Robinson remained on the loose. (Robinson  on Dec. 27.)

4. , Sept. 21 

A week after the murder of Selvin Lopez-Mauricio, 22, in the 100 block of Prospect Street, police arrested Stephen Reidler, 23, of Linfield, and Saleem Williams, 20, of Sharon Hill. A third suspect, Monique Robinson, 18, of Phoenixville, remained on the loose for a little more than three months following the crime. 

5. , Nov. 2

A young man was killed in a crash on Route 113. A former Spring-Ford football player, Vincent DiPaul III was remembered at a game during the last season. 

 

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