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By Alabama NewsCenter Staff
Go ahead and roll your eyes. You’re thinking “best of” and “2020” do not belong in the same headline. Despite a global pandemic, record hurricanes, economic collapse, fires, floods, civil unrest and even murder hornets, good things still happened in spite of – or even in response to – the calamities. So, as 2020 draws to an end, let’s look back on the “Good News from Home” stories readers clicked on the most on Alabama NewsCenter. The editor’s choices are stories that didn’t get the most clicks but we feel are worth noticing.
It’s a year that saw the emergence of Brenda Gantt and Fannie Flagg’s return to Whistle Stop. It was also a year when COVID-19 hammered the entertainment industry and inspired a principal to deliver an MC Hammer impersonation. It was a year when the pains of Black Lives Matter inspired a beautiful dance. A movie filmed in Alabama became a Netflix success and an HGTV show being filmed in Wetumpka is creating great expectations.
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