10 Most-Viewed Stories of 2020

Take out, local history and COVID-19 response stories dominated in 2020. Here are 10 of the most viewed stories of the year on

2020 was the year of take out. Our rundown of local take out and delivery options was the most viewed story of the year on Other top posts included fish fry take out, family style to-go menus and curbside Easter candy.

John Bergstrom house circa 1945. Now the Bergstrom Mahler Museum on Lake Shore Dr.

Readers were hungry for history and devoured our History in the Making blog series, particularly this post on historic homes of Neenah.

In the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, Kwik Trip set out to hire 2,000 employees to meet increased customer demand.

The business community’s response to COVID-19 was a hot topic this year. This post on how Festival Foods was adapting to changes was a top story.

Our coverage of a unique partnership between Neenah Foundry and ThedaCare was a top story this year.

We all agree there are a million reasons to love the Fox Cities. Here are 29 of them.

A little good news: one of the first local residents to recover from COVID-19 was a hit on

Looks like lots of readers were cooking at home this year. Our recipe database was one of the year’s top-viewed webpages.

Our annual Artists to Watch feature was popular in 2020. Make sure to check out the 2021 edition in January!

This year, hitting the open road for some socially-distanced adventures proved to be therapeutic. This roundup of scenic drives and rustic roads offered some inspiration.

It’s been a wild ride, but we at FOX CITIES Magazine appreciate everyone who has supported us this year. Onward and upward in 2021!

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