2020 Publick Occurrences Award Winners

Each year the New England Newspaper & Press Association presents the Publick Occurrences Awards named for the first newspaper published in America...

On behalf of the First Amendment: ‘Dear Mr. President’

Dear Mr. President: Congratulations on your election victory. That’s a non-partisan congratulations. The First Amendment, with its 45 words...

Concord Monitor names new publisher, editor

In an Oct. 17 article, Steve Leone was named the new publisher of the Concord Monitor as the newspaper...

Vineyard Gazette Publisher Named President of MNPA

Jane Seagrave, the publisher of the Vineyard Gazette Media Group, was elected president of the Massachusetts Newspaper Publishers Association at its annual...

Hartford Courant will outsource printing to The Republican

The Hartford Courant announced recently that The Republican newspaper in Springfield, MA will take over the printing of the paper by the...

Inquirer and Mirror sold to local ownership

After 30 years of corporate ownership, The Inquirer and Mirror is returning to its roots as a locally-owned, independent newspaper. Inquirer...

A Partisan Future for Local News?

Local news in America has long been widely trusted, and widely seen as objective. But as traditional local papers struggle, there have...

Boston Globe and Vineyard Gazette Win Best Website In 2020 EPPY Awards

E&P and Local Media Consortium announced the winners of the 25th annual EPPY Awards on Oct. 27 during a virtual live ceremony...

LMF awards investigative reporting stipend to two NH organizations for a joint project

Local Media Foundation announced the first stipends for investigative reporting recipients from the Fund for Local Journalism. The winners include a diverse...

Seven Days Wins Five First-Place Awards in National Media Competitions

Seven Days, Vermont’s free, independent newsweekly, won four first-place awards from the Association of Alternative Newsmedia in a virtual ceremony on September 18. One...