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Beth Hutson, who started at The Fayetteville Observer as a copy editor in 2008, has been named the newspaper’s news director. Hutson, who has been serving as the newsroom editor responsible … more
Jeff Wagner hardly knew what to tell his delivery driver when the man returned one day in late December from a run to the post office in their northern Nebraska town with a trailer still full of … more
The new publisher of the News-Topic is a North Carolina native who has spent over 33 years in the newspaper business. Keep reading more
Tom Bennett, a retired journalist, advocate of speech and press freedoms, historian of daily newspapers in Atlanta, environmental columnist for The Cherokee Scout, and a disabled Army veteran, died … more
Report for America has become a local enterprise, as the nonprofit organization announced that Mountain Times Publications had successfully applied for a RFA reporter to join the newsgroup in … more
Somewhere out there, Randolph A. Shotwell is having a good laugh. Or maybe he's spinning in his grave just a touch. Shotwell, you see, founded this newspaper 150 years ago — actually, a … more
Stella Anderson Trapp, who published and edited The Transylvania Times for more than 30 years and loved Transylvania County with all her heart, died Thursday, Dec. 17, at … more
The National Association of Broadcasters and the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute have shared initial findings of nationwide research conducted to equip local journalists with insights to … more
GRAHAM — Three newspapers have asked the North Carolina Court of Appeals to order courts in a county where rally-goers were pepper sprayed and arrested to stop barring reporters from court … more
The publisher of the Alamance News was handcuffed in court Tuesday as he objected to a judge’s decision to block reporters from attending a hearing in a case that has been a focus for … more
John A. Lynch, who served as the publisher of the StarNews from 1987 to 2000, has died. He was 83. The cause was long-term pulmonary disease, said his son, Williams Brock Lynch of … more
Last month Gaston County’s Board of Commissioners filed a libel suit against The Gaston Gazette because of an article questioning the county’s process for settling workers’ … more
Sharif Durhams, who made history as a journalism student at UNC-Chapel Hill and has spent the last dozen years helping produce news for digital audiences in Milwaukee and at CNN and The Washington … more
BOONE — Hired at the Watauga Democrat as a staff reporter in February 2017, Kayla Lasure was promoted to the editor position of the Watauga Democrat newspaper … more
There was enough news going on outside of Moore County in the year 1920 to keep anyone well occupied. The United States won more medals than any other country at the seventh modern Olympic … more
America's Newspapers has awarded a $5,000 grant to The News Reporter in Whiteville, North Carolina, from its Open Government Litigation Fund to assist the newspaper in a lawsuit filed against the … more
"In the fall of 2019, we made the business decision to go digital in a big way," said Bill Patterson, Publisher for the Denton Record-Chronicle. "Selling print orders was really difficult for us … more
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In response to the pandemic and its impact on local news coverage (more than 1 in 5 local newspapers have closed), the Legacy Fund of the Journalism and Women Symposium will provide stipends for … more
Local journalism is "essential for healthy communities, competitive marketplaces, and a thriving democracy," states a 67-page report issued by Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), the ranking member of the … more
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