Apocalypse Coverage Tops List of This Week's Most Popular Stories

End of the world, hipsters and soil testing among the Top 5 stories in Petaluma for the week of Dec. 16

The  End of the World 2012 prophecy peaked the curiosity of readers on Petaluma Patch this week. Almost as soon as we posted this story on Petaluma Patch, our readers began clicking on it for the latest prediction, making it this week's top story.

Next on the list of most read stories this week, is this story proclaiming that the Hipsters are coming to Petaluma. The hipsters referred to in the article are residents from all over the Bay Area buying property in Petaluma. The story points out that the median home price in Marin County is $690,000 compared to $400,000 in Sonoma County.

"Looking at the average sale price for the area, the number climbs even higher to $860,000.  By comparison, at $402,000, our county median sales figure is 71% less than our southern neighbor," columnist Armand Ramirez writes.

Take a look at the rest of the top stories of the week in Petaluma:


2. The Hipsters Are Coming and They're Ready to Buy

3. Petaluma Shop Owner Says Soil Testing Unnecessary and Will Hurt Business

4. Petaluma Girl Struck By Van Outside McKinley Elementary School in Critical Condition

5. McKinley Elementary School Student in Critical Condition Afer Van Accident

Which one was your favorite story of the week?

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