Ever wonder what Glendora residents are interested in reading the most? Our news covers a variety of different areas of the community, including fundraising, volunteer programs, events of all types, politics, weather, crime and tragic events among others.
In 2015, Glendora City News had almost 1 million visitors. While crime stories often received 7,000-20,000 readers, uplifting and positive stories struggled to garner any attention. Stories such as Glendora naming September ‘Childhood Cancer Awareness Month’, our wonderful teachers receiving a well overdue pay increase and a call to help our City of Hope Gift Card Drive typically had less than 1,000 readers.
Here is the top 10 most read articles from 2015, in order of how many people visited the website to read the article. The majority of our stories are not crime related but you wouldn’t know that from seeing the most popular stories.
- Glendora High School Student Allegedly Murdered By Brother In Claremont (27,314 Readers)
- Deputies ID Stabbing Suspect (16,330 Readers)
- Glendora HS Staff, Police Officer Do The ‘Whip/Nae Nae’ (15,772 Readers)
- Arrest Made in Attempted Murder at Vons (15,760 Readers)
- Motorcyclist Killed On Arrow Hwy (14,556 Readers)
- Man Found Dead Inside Truck At Ralphs (12,859 Readers)
- Big Stars Reportedly Seen At Citrus College During Movie Shoot (9,862 Readers)
- Deputy Involved Shooting South Of Azusa Pacific (8,631 Readers)
- Attempted Baby Buyer Turns Out To Be Good Samaritan (7,952 Readers)
- Hiker Discovers Dead Body Near Bridge To Nowhere (7,403 Readers)