Here are the top 10 most read stories on Winchester Patch in April:
: A police officer with Winchester ties who was seriously hurt in a gunfight with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects continues to recover from life-threatening injuries.
Doctor: 'Cautiously Optimistic' on Injured MBTA Officer's Recovery: During a press conference at Mount Auburn Hospital, Dr. David Miller said he was "cautiously optimistic" about Winchester native and MBTA Officer Richard Donohue Jr.'s recovery after he was wounded during a shoot-out with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects early Friday morning.
Winchester Board of Appeal to Review CVS Pharmacy Proposal in May: With no updated site plan to review, the Winchester Board of Appeal granted a continuance for CVS Pharmacy until May 14 during their meeting Tuesday night at Town Hall.
Police: Nearly 100 Warnings Issued Enforcing 'Space-Hopping' Law: Winchester Police wardens have issued nearly 100 warnings since the "space-hopping" parking regulation went into effect in March.
Winchester Woman Plans to Run Boston Marathon Again in 2014: Winchester resident Karina Chmielewski was unable to complete the 2013 Boston Marathon due to the bombings, but that has not deterred her from planning to run it again next year.
Winchester Runner Narrowly Escapes Boston Marathon Bombings: Winchester runner Frank Fantasia finished his 11th consecutive Boston Marathon just a few minutes before bombs exploded near the finish line.
: Winchester Police Lt. Carl Fuller and Patrolman Steven Fields assisted with security at the Boston Marathon bombing scene, as well as the manhunt for the bombing suspects in Watertown last week.
Winchester Business Owner Pledges to Donate Profits to One Fund Boston: Ehab Sadeek, owner of Winchester-based Bagel Land, says he will donate all of his profits to One Fund Boston to help Boston Marathon victims, according to a WBZ-TV report.
: Monday was not just another day at the office for Winchester resident Kevin Boyle, who was working in the city near the Boston Marathon race course when a pair of explosions were set off.
Winchester Runner Has 'Great Doubt' Running Boston Marathon Again: Winchester resident Ann Olmsted completed her second Boston Marathon before the bombings Monday afternoon.