Stories of arrests received a lot of reads on kpcnews.com from July 4-11:

6 arrested on drug charges — 12,225 pageviews

Police arrest three in Little Caesars robbery — 3,649 pageviews

Butler Police recover weapons in arrests — 2,474 pageviews

Howe’s long and complicated history — 1,682 pageviews

Kendallville police seeking information about Subway armed robbery — 1,247 pageviews

Gunshot wound sends man to hospital — 1,214 pageviews

Clear Lake victim died of asphyxiation — 1,020 pageviews

Business owners lead way for Wolcottville fireworks show — 893 pageviews

Local girl needs help funding service dog — 608 pageviews

Curve near Elkhart River could be removed — 539 pageviews

While the robbery of the Kendallville Subway reached the most people on the KPC News Facebook page, other community features also rose to the top of the list:

July 9: (Shared from the News Sun) Two men with a firearm robbed Kendallville’s Subway restaurant at about 9:45 p.m., just before closing on Monday night. — 5,795 people reached, 63 reactions, nine comments, 79 shares

July 5: “People can treat fireworks like a tour. They can start in Topeka, come to Wolcottville and wrap up in Rome City.” — 5,402 people reached, 76 reactions, 37 shares

July 8: The Howe Military Academy campus seems oddly quiet these days. — 5,234 people reached, 61 reactions, 42 shares

July 5: (Shared from the Herald Republican) Angola Fourth of July parade photo gallery — 5,200 people reached, 49 reactions

July 10: (Shared from the News Sun) Police conducted a manhunt in the neighborhoods just west of downtown and caught three people who allegedly robbed the takeout pizza place Tuesday night. — 4,332 people reached, 87 reactions, 13 comments, 145 shares

July 8: (Shared from the News Sun) One Kendallville man remains in critical condition after a gun reportedly discharged and struck him in the abdomen. — 4.235 people reached, 18 reactions, 11 shares

July 8: (Shared from the News Sun) After three people died in February, Noble County is trying to eliminate the sharp, 90-degree turn where the car went off the road. — 4,203 people reached, 17 likes, 20 shares

The Kendallville Subway robbery was also the most wide-reaching story on the News Sun Facebook page, reaching 6,178 people and garnering 14 reactions and 97 shares.

Meanwhile, a photo gallery of the Angola Fourth of July parade reached almost 4,400 people through the Herald Republican page.

A video from that parade shot from the grand marshal’s car also got 40 views on the KPC News YouTube channel and 51 more on kpcnews.com.

Coming up on its two-year anniversary, the video of the severe boating accident on Lake Gage also got 42 views from July 4-11.

Megan Knowles is the online and social media editor for KPC Media. She can be reached at mknowles@kpcmedia.com.

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