Following are the top politics and government stories each month on Borderstan in 2011. The top story each month was the one that was read by the most readers. The writer’s name is next to each story.
Top story for the year in terms of reader views? The run-away winner was Michelle Lancaster’s March Q&A with Patrick Mara.
- January: Toutorsky Mansion Owners Apply for Chancery Use (Tom Hay)
- February: February 16 Memorial Service for Jeff Coudriet (Matty Rhoades)
- March: Patrick Mara: The Republican Who Did (Can He Win Again?) (Michelle Lancaster)
- April: Meet Josh Lopez: What Makes Him Run? (Michelle Lancaster)
- May: Shaw to Ward 6? Committee Votes on Ward Map Next Week (Tom Hay)
- June: Guest Column: Redistricting Process Offers Chance to Reunite 14th & U in Ward 1 (Brianne Nadeau)
- July: Bikes and Sidewalks: Time to Update D.C.’s Laws? (Mary Burgan)
- August: Spencer Resigns ANC 1B02 Seat; 2 Seats Remain Vacant in 2F/Logan (Matty Rhoades)
- September: ANC 2B Unanimously Supports 17th and O Apartment Project (Tom Hay)
- October: 18th Street Beautification Causing Problems in Adams Morgan (Michelle Lancaster)
- November: DCCA to Protest Congolese Embassy Over 16th Street Renovations (Matty Rhoades)
- December: Postal Service “Committed” to New Location for 14th Street Branch (Matty Rhoades)