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Facebook poll results: Readers’ favorite Pelham Examiner stories of 2023

We asked and readers voted on Facebook for the top three Pelham Examiner stories of 2023. The winners are:

  1. Pelham residents talk about businesses they wish would take over empty storefronts
  2. Pelham residents celebrate places and spaces that make the town special
  3. The good, the bad and the Ivy: Pelham and the college admissions process

Thank you to everyone who participated in the poll!

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