2018 Yankee Quill Awards Dinner Photos

Photo credit: Fred Gore

There are no dumb questions, and other interviewing advice

Bulletin photos by Nadine El-Bawab  ‘This is not personal; we have questions to ask. I’m not trying to be a jerk, but I’m not trying...

Feifer: Get comfortable being uncomfortable, and live in permanent beta

Feifer: Get comfortable being uncomfortable, and live in permanent beta   By Rebekah Patton Bulletin Correspondent Technology has made news more accessible for today’s audiences. With technology,...

Obituaries November 2018

CONNECTICUT Linda Driscoll Dobel Brian S. Willett Deborah Purvis MacDonnell Roberta Wilson Tuttle MAINE Sam Roberts MASSACHUSETTS Nelson Benton Francis "Flash" GoodheartRHODE ISLAND None reported NEW HAMPSHIRE None reported VERMONT None reported

Panelists share tips on how to enlist, engage news sources

‘Face to face … you have more time to improvise and explain your reasoning. Find common ground, do your homework and don’t ask the...

Vermont’s Oldest Weekly Names Former Pulitzer Executive its New Publisher

Vermont’s Oldest Weekly Names Former Pulitzer Executive its New Publisher Woodstock, VT - May 3, 2018 -- The 165-year-old Vermont Standard, based in Woodstock and serving a...

All hail the hard-news lead

We all love a good yarn, a tale told with colorful detail and interesting characters who face challenges and change over time. For years, both...

Fall conference round table reflects on handling public safety agency handlers

Fall conference round table reflects on handling public safety agency handlers By NENPA Vice President John Voket Associate Editor - The Newtown Bee (CT) Looking around the sparsely...

NESNE Spring Awards Winners

NESNE Spring Awards Winners Photos of the individual award winners and winners of college newspaper of the year awards from the New England Society of...

Award tokens: Storytelling, advocacy, dogged reporting, strong local points of view

By Jesse Goodman, Bulletin Correspondent   ‘As time went by, the digital world came to be. The newspaper world started to feel more irrelevant. But coming...