What are the top stories of 2011?

    WHYY’s Radio Times will interview three journalists on Dec. 29, one each from Del., N.J. and Pa., to talk about the year’s biggest stories. Tell us which headlines had the greatest impact.

    This year was a big news year. Remember the sentencing of disgraced pediatrician and convicted sex offender Earl Bradley to life in prison?

    What about Chris Christie telling New Jerseyans to “get the hell off the beach” as Hurricane Irene raced up the East Coast?

    And who could possibly forget the infamous end of Arlene Ackerman‘s tenure as Philadelphia schools superintendent?

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    What were the year’s biggest stories?Tell us in the comments below.

    WHYY’s Radio Times will be interviewing three journalists on Dec. 29, one each from Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, to talk about the year’s biggest stories. 

    Tell us which headlines this year have had the greatest impact on you. Do you have any unanswered questions? Give us your thoughts by Tuesday, Dec. 27, and we’ll try to work those stories into the discussion.

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