Mike Seely has won a Bert Greene Award in the Writing About Beverages category for his 2012 Seattle Weekly cover story, "Murray Stenson's Accidental Tourists."
The Canadian Community Newspaper Association recognized Fast Forward Weekly with a Blue Ribbon for general excellence, as well as first place nods for best historical story and best multimedia feature in its annual competition.
The US Green Business Council certified the Monterey County Weekly Building as LEED Platinum Existing Building, the first existing commercial building to obtain the USGBC's highest designation in Monterey County.
The Monterey County Weekly 'Best of' edition clocked in at "152-pages of sheer awesomeness."
An article by former Seattle Weekly editor Mike Seely is nominated in the Writing About Beverages category.
Jacksonville's Folio Weekly has launched a revamped website complete with a new logo and new features to encourage reader engagement.
LEO Weekly managing editor/arts editor Sara Havens was interviewed for an All Things Considered segment on the watering down of Maker's Mark.
Hagadone replaces longtime editor Rachael Daigle, who departed in October.
SF Weekly managing editor Brandon Reynolds makes good on bet by penning "An Ode to Baltimore" and posing in Ravens gear.
The 2012 year-end "Give!" campaigns by Colorado Springs Independent, Monterey County Weekly, and Willamette Week raised a combined $3.7 million for local non-profits.