News in Robinson and Moon: Most Popular Stories of 2012
View our list of the most clicked-on news stories of 2012. The stories below are the twelve most popular posts on our Robinson-Moon Patch this year, based on page views.
In the final hours of the 2012 election, GOP candidate Mitt Romney makes a last-minute campaign stop in Moon Township.
Romney, whose visit was announced just hours before he landed on the runway at Pittsburgh International, waved to supporters gathered outside the hangar before boarding a motorcade bound for his Green Tree campaign office.
A Moon Township woman and former daycare owner is charged with dozens counts of child abuse and possession of child pornography.
49-year-old Pamela Smallis was charged in September with possessing photos and videos depicting nude minors engaged in sexual activity, according to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office.
A formal arraignment on the charges is scheduled for Jan. 3.
In April, Moon Police first arrest 49-year-old Pamela Smallis and charge the former daycare owner with using her children to sell drugs from her Stocker Drive home and other offenses.
Marco Giovengo, a 22-year-old senior at Robert Morris University, is found dead in March in his Lexington Hall dorm room.
The student, who friends recalled as an inspiration to others on campus, suffered from muscular dystrophy.
A Mercer County man is charged with acting as a peeping tom at Moon Township apartment complexes.
Brian Williams, 39, of Greenville, is charged by police with watching women in states of undress from outside their apartment windows. A non-jury trial is scheduled for Feb. 14.
Patch compiles a map of where registered sex offenders in Robinson and Moon reside.
The development of a military commissary and upcoming Walmart super store rekindles interest in Moon-area commercial development, officials say.
Moon Police Chief Leo McCarthy discusses his department's efforts to deter prostitution in Moon Township.
A family birthday party-gone-wrong ends when a man bites his brother-in-law's finger off, according to Robinson Police.