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StarNews Executive Editor Pam Sanders will now oversee three additional GateHouse Media daily newspapers and several weeklies with a promotion to the Coastal Carolinas Group's regional … more
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One of the brightest lights in local journalism suffered a setback late last year when Raleigh Agenda, the sister site of Charlotte Agenda, closed its doors after failing to find a sustainable … more
Raymond Dock Ellington, Jr., has passed away. For 18 years starting in 1983, Ellington was the pressroom supervisor at what is now the Sunbelt Press in Dunn, which prints The Daily Record and other … more
McClatchy has announced the promotion of four of its publishers to newly created regional positions supervising its 30 local media companies. Among those elevated was Sara Glines, publisher of … more
Scott Ricardi, a veteran of the newspaper sales industry in southeast North Carolina, has joined the Bladen Journal as its new advertising sales consultant. Ricardi replaces Brittney Woodell who was … more
Forner Daily Tar Heel editor (1962-63) Wayne King died of natural causes on Feb. 17 at his farm in Surry County. He was 77. King's career included a Pulitizer Prize for his coverage of the Detroit … more
Lumina News publisher/editor Pat Bradford and news director Terry Lane have reached terms on Lane taking over the weekly newspaper’s publishing and ownership. The Thursday Feb. 16 issue will be … more
Johnny Whitfield is the new editor of the Roxboro Courier-Times, replacing Tim Chandler who has been with the paper for nearly 30 years, the last 10 as editor.Whitfield has a long career, having … more
Trevor Normile, a news reporter with five years of service at the Duplin Times, Kenansville, has been promoted to the news editor position. Normile accepted news editor responsibilities last week … more
Veteran Asheboro reporter Kathi Keys  has died from an illness that forced her retirement last October after 45-plus years in newspapers, most of it at The Courier-Tribune and the Randolph … more
US Representative Robert Pittenger commended the efforts of The Robesonian, Lumberton, to keep the newspaper running during the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew last fall. Watch his speech in honor of … more
Crossroads Chronicle (Cashiers) editor Justin Caudell has left the newspaper to begin a new role with the paper's parent company, Community Newspapers, Inc. Caudell, who has been overseeing the … more
The Daily Dispatch, Henderson, has welcomed two new faces to its team. Caitlin Penna is fresh from Randolph Community College and an internship with The Herald-Sun in Durham. Penna is photographer … more
Winston-Salem Journal reporter Jenny Drabble did what most reporters do recently. She covered and event and wrote an article. However, what happened next was unexpected. The article she wrote … more
Lynnie D. Guzman has been named advertising director at The Fayetteville Observer, GateHouse's largest North Carolina publication. Guzman was previously advertising sales director for the … more
Award winning writer/photographer Drew Wilson has joined the staff of The Wilson Times as a reporter covering the education and agriculture beats. Wilson was most recently bureau chief for the … more
The Asheville Citizen-Times has a new sales director who will lead the advertising department. Vivian Murciano joins the team, coming from iHeart Media in South Florida. Murciano has managed … more
Jennifer Cannon was hired as the online content editor for the Kinston Free Press. Previously she worked as a multimedia journalist for sister paper the New Bern Sun Journal covering education, … more
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