Our most-read stories of 2023

This year, you loved reading about crime, education, transportation and neighborhood activities. What do you want to see next year?

First, I’d like to give a big THANK YOU to all of our readers for another year of your readership. As we move into 2024, we have many goals for increasing coverage of various topics, adding more racks and neighborhoods to our coverage maps and engaging more within the community. However, we cannot look to the future, without looking to the past.

Here’s our 5 most-read online stories of 2023:

1. Collin College to offer a variety of summer camps for middle, high schoolers

2. How new DART stations could affect our city

3. Teens find suitcase with missing Plano woman’s body, husband charged with tampering with physical evidence

4. Plano high schools to unify mascots, colors in 2023-2024 school year

5. Bobcats are out and about – here’s what to know to stay safe and informed 

As 2024 approaches, we’d love to hear from you, readers. What do you want to read more about? What topic, person, organization or neighborhood are we lacking coverage of? Let us know in the comments or feel free to email alyssa@planomagazine.com.

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