If it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, it’s also time to begin looking for the top stories of 2014.
Last year, we started a new tradition by taking the decision-making for this annual newspaper rite out of newsroom and handing it to you, the reader.
The thinking was pretty simple and straight forward: Since you have seen the headlines, read the stories and drawn your own conclusions, we thought it was only right to let you have your say.
So we are entrenching this tradition by again offering our audience the chance to decide what are the Free Press top stories of year: locally, nationally and internationally.
We’ve also left space for you to nominate your own choice if you feel we have overlooked a big story.
For those on Twitter, we will get the conversation going via tweets at #WFPtop2014.
We will close voting at noon on Dec. 15 and then announce our readers’ choices of the top stories of 2014 as the year draws to a close.