NENPA moves to Woburn, Mass., from its longtime home at Northeastern University

The New England Newspaper and Press Association has relocated. As of the week of June 26, NENPA is headquartered at One Arrow Drive, Suite 6,...

Maine editor recalls taking on local bank, and the toll it took

By Kehinde Sokan, Bulletin Staff ‘The board of directors of the bank are business owners throughout the community. So, not only did the bank pull its advertising...

Passion, community ties among keys for NENPA’s award-winning journalists

By Morgan Mapstone, Bulletin Correspondent ‘I like to be able to spend more time on a subject and learn more. My favorite assignments are those that allow...

Reporters at N.E. newspapers use technology, training to do more with less...

By Alex Eng, Bulletin Correspondent How are boots-on-the-ground reporters balancing faster news cycles with long-term financial struggles in the news industry? By getting ahead of the curve, publishing...

Collaboration, gratitude are themes in acceptance remarks at NESNE journalism awards

By Bailey Knecht, Bulletin Correspondent Constructing strong relationships, both in the newsroom and with the local community, is the key to success in journalism, according to awards...

At NESNE event, Nichols recounts struggles, triumphs

By Bailey Knecht, Bulletin Correspondent Brett Nichols had hit rock bottom. After growing up in an abusive home and dealing with drug addiction, he found himself locked...

In retirement, Donoghue remains optimistic for the future of journalism

By Noah Perkins, Bulletin Correspondent 'I've always had ink in my veins. It started at a young, young age when I first went into The Burlington Free...

Murder Ink 2: Sequel returns to the scene of the crimes — newsrooms

By Alejandro Serrano, Bulletin Correspondent Gregory Norris reads his contribution to ‘Murder Ink 2’ to an attentive audience.Reporters will go to great lengths to get to the...

Treading the often thin line at private schools on free speech for...

By Morgan Mapstone, Bulletin Correspondent The U.S. Constitution may make no laws about limiting free speech, but that doesn't mean a university can’t do so in its...

Personalized outreach, data drive newspapers to improved retention

By Alejandro Serrano, Bulletin Correspondent Mather Economics uses a data-driven churn analysis to help newspapers develop a targeted, effective and efficient retention strategy, according to Matthew Lulay,...