The most popular and widely read stories from Get Hampshire over the past 12 months
From bouts of dramatic weather to Aldershot Town FC's fight for survival and the battle over the future of the Tumbledown Dick in Farnborough, we present our top 10 most read stories for 2013.
Roads were left flooded and trees were brought crashing down on top of cars after winds battered the area and rain lashed down at the end of October.
A branch of the international warehouse chain was opened at Farnborough Business Park in July.
Heavy rain and winds of around 70mph battered Hampshire, bringing Christmas travel disruption and 90,000 power cuts.
We reported live from Rushmoor Borough Council in October, as a controversial application to convert the popular old Farnborough pub into a McDonald's restaurant was approved.
A look at the history of the site and the plans McDonald's has for the future.
Memories of the 1970s and 80s were rekindled via a page on the social networking site.
Significant damage was caused when a blaze broke out above the Service Insurance Bureau and Flower Shop in April.
Shots were saved from extinction this summer when a money-spinning deal with the Premier League giants helped bring the club out of administration.
Residents fell silent for two minutes to remember those who lost their lives in conflicts past and present.
Photographs to represent the town through the seasons were selected.