Ex-sportswriter switches from one type of scoop to another

By Noah Perkins, Bulletin Staff Phil Rizzuto interviews a basketball player during his days reporting for the Cambridge (Mass.) Chronicle.  Phil Rizzuto has an encyclopedic knowledge of Major League...
Jim Stasiowski, writing coach

The proper context for handling complaints

Jim Stasiowski, writing Writing coach Jim Stasiowski welcomes your questions or comments. Call him at (775) 354-2872 or write to: 2499 Ivory Ann Drive Sparks, NV 89436.“To make an...
Gene Policinski First Amendment

Both encouraging and discouraging results from First Amendment survey

Gene Policinski, inside the First Amendment Gene Policinski is chief operating officer of the Newseum Institute and senior vice president of the Institute’s First Amendment Center....

Lorraine Ellen Dorey

Lorraine Ellen Dorey, 85, of South Burlington, Vt., died June 28 in Green Mountain Nursing Home in Colchester, Vt. For many years, Dorey was employed...

James F. Burke Jr.

James F. Burke Jr., 98, of Brewster, N.Y., died July 5 in his home. Burke was a printer at The News-Times of Danbury, Conn., for...

Norman R. Wilson

Norman R. Wilson, 88, of Brentwood, N.H., died July 4 in his home. He was a photographer and production manager during his career at several...

Barbara E. Burtoff

Barbara E. Burtoff, 73, of Chevy Chase, Md., died July 7 in Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C. She was a former food editor at...

James N. Mason Jr.

James N. Mason Jr., 84, of Windsor, Conn., died June 28. Mason served in the U.S. Army for four years, where he used journalism skills,...

Gustave A. ‘Gus’ Senkbeil Jr.

Gustave A. "Gus" Senkbeil Jr., 89, of Manchester, Conn., died June 29 in Crestfield Rehabilitation Center in Manchester. Before his retirement in the early 1990s,...

Timothy J. Dumont

Timothy J. Dumont, 75, of Tarpon Springs, Fla., died July 10 in Florida. He was an editor, writer, and graphic artist at The Hartford (Conn.)...