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Singer Song

A key player is leaving the Hartford Courant. Business reporter Steve Singer's last day is today. He is leaving to be an editor of UtilityDive.com, a...

Reynolds Leaving Waterbury

Waterbury Republican-American reporter Lance Reynolds is leaving the paper and Connecticut to continue his journalism career at the Boston Herald. The Rep-Am is known for...

A First at Hearst

Congratulations to Amy Coval, "trending reporter" for Hearst CT who completed her first half marathon this weekend. The evidence suggests it was in South...

Quinnipiac Controversy

Students at the Quinnipiac Chronicle have been facing some criticism after publishing a story on the death of a student from a fentanyl overdose...

Which Is A Long Way of Saying…

We've spotted a trend over the last year of newspapers curtailing or even eliminating opinion sections. In particular, editorials and definitely newspaper candidate endorsements...

…and No Help on the Way…

A few weeks after Gannett announced 400 layoffs nationwide, the company also says it does not plan to fill 400 open positions. The 400...

Perkins, M.E.

As expected, Julia Perkins has been named managing editor of the Danbury News-Times, a Hearst CT property.  

Scudder Smith, 87

Robert Scudder Smith, the publisher of one of Connecticut's most beloved newspapers, the Newtown Bee, is dead at the age of 87. He died...

Record Journal Adds Two

The Meriden Record-Journal is the latest Connecticut newsroom to partner with Report for America to add to its reporting staff. The paper will use the...

Kleeblatt Joins Middletown Press

Long-time Department of Children and Families spokesperson Gary Kleeblatt has found something extra to do in retirement. He has joined the Middletown Press on a...