James Gregory Robertson

James Gregory Robertson, 74, died June 4. He was a journalist for 20 years, beginning in Arizona. He was a general assignment reporter, travel editor,...

Doris ‘Dee’ Maggiori

Doris “Dee” Maggiori, 94, of Trumbull, Conn., died June 2 in St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, Conn. She wrote feature stories for the Catholic...

Mary E. ‘Betty’ Letoile

Mary E. “Betty” Letoile, 91, of Providence, R.I., died June 1 at The Little Sisters of the Poor in Washington, D.C., a Roman Catholic...

Steve Szkotak

Steve Szkotak, 65, of Richmond, Va., died May 31 in his home. He was an editor for 13 years at the Daily Hampshire Gazette of...

Michael Whitmer

Michael Whitmer will become director of external communications at Travelers insurance company in Hartford, Conn., after covering his last sports event for The Boston...

Bruno Giordano

Bruno Giordano, 86, of Stamford, Conn., died May 27 in Voorhees, N.J. He was the founder, publisher, and co-editor of the Stamford (Conn.) Forum, a...
Kevin Slimp technology

Slimp’s three most FAQs

Kevin Slimp, technology Kevin Slimp is director of the Institute of Newspaper Technology. Email questions to him at kevin@kevinslimp.comIf a man hangs around long enough, he’s bound...

Journalists who cover trauma sometimes suffer from it too

By Siyi Zhao, Bulletin Staff John Tlumacki’s photo of the aftermath of the bomb that exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line became an iconic scene...
John Foust Advertising

Setting realistic goals

John Foust, advertising John Foust has conducted training programs for thousands of newspaper advertising professionals. Many ad departments are using his training videos to save time...
Ed Henninger design

Consistency is key

Ed Henninger, design ED HENNINGER is an independent newspaper consultant and the director of Henninger Consulting. Website: www.henningerconsulting.com Phone: (803) 327-3322 WANT A FREE evaluation of your newspaper’s design? Just...