Editor & Publisher's annual 25 Under 35 list recognizes "people who are young, bright, and capable of tackling whatever the changing newspaper climate throws at them."
Santa Cruz Weekly will be merged with Good Times. The deal also includes three daily newspapers.
Boise Weekly has been doggedly covering the issues of food safety and animal treatment in Idaho agricultural for years before "ag-gag" started grabbing headlines, and The Atlantic has taken notice.
The purchase includes Cleveland Scene, Detroit Metro Times, Orlando Weekly and San Antonio Current as well as their associated websites and events.
Monterey County Weekly had been seeking documents in the case of Father Edward Fitz-Henry, a Catholic priest suspended amidst allegations he molested a teenage parishioner in Salinas, Calif. and may have abused other young boys decades ago.
Outgoing editor Denise Reagan is heading to the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville.
Tribune Co. subsidiary CT1 Media has merged its three Connecticut alt-weeklies â€” Hartford Advocate, New Haven Advocate, and Fairfield County Weekly â€” with the entertainment weekly previously published by the daily Hartford Courant.
Honolulu Civil Beat profiles Maui Time publisher Tommy Russo in a series dedicated to Hawaii residents "who aren't afraid to make waves" in the community.
Colorado Springs Independent, INDY Week, Monterey County Weekly, and Willamette Week have kicked off their annual "Give!" campaigns.
A judge has issued a preliminary decision that Monterey County Weekly can obtain documents and deposition transcripts in the case of Father Edward Fitz-Henry, a Catholic priest suspended amidst allegations he molested a teenage parishioner in Salinas, Calif. and may have abused other young boys decades ago.