What do you believe was 2012’s biggest news story?
Interviews by Joseph Myers ; Photos by Greg Bezanis
“The school district’s decision to recommend grade reorganizations and closings stands out for me. The plan will likely have schools at each other’s throats to stay alive.”
16th and Porter streets
“This seemed like a year of tragedy, with Hurricane Sandy and the Colorado movie shooting, but the massacre at Sandy Hook [Elementary School] in Connecticut was just so devastating.”
10th and Shunk streets
“The fight to keep us from going off the fiscal cliff really picked up at the end of the year, so because of the possible repercussions, like increased taxes, I’m going with that.”
Broad and McKean streets
What’s your stance on an arbitrator’s decision to order the School District to restore a full-time counselor to every school and give back pay to laid-off counselors who should have been recalled based on seniority?
What is your song of the summer?