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Newspapering the hard way

Tom Heslin, executive editor of the Providence Journal , does not say much in public about the broadsheet. And little surprise. The ProJo , which demands transparency elsewhere, has issued a long string of “no comments” about its own affairs.
As the ProJo Turns
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  November 06, 2009

Keeping 'the Hope' alive on Fountain Street

The decline of the American newspaper is a story often told in bold print.
As the ProJo turns
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  May 08, 2009

Fold or float

How to save the Portland Press Herald
How to save the Portland Press Herald
By JEFF INGLIS  |  April 01, 2009
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Vanishing Boston

The Boston we live in today will be gone someday, but there's still time to get to know it in all its uniqueness.
A field guide to Boston's 'lasting' treasures — to be enjoyed before they're razed in favor of chain stores
By MIKE MILIARD, ADAM REILLY, AND CHRIS FARAONE  |  November 25, 2008

The ProJo opposes plastic bag use — but it uses plastic bags

In April, the Providence Journal strongly endorsed reducing use of plastic bags, but the newspaper continues to use more than 100,000 plastic bags a day.
Environment
By STEVEN STYCOS  |  August 20, 2008

After the fall

The bad news for the Portland Press Herald just won't stop.
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By JEFF INGLIS  |  July 30, 2008


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The ProJo's brave new world

The Providence Journal is turning to an unlikely source — high school football — for help.
Will going super-local on the Web strengthen the paper?
By IAN DONNIS  |  December 05, 2007

Laid off

Here are two items major Maine newspapers would rather you not know about.
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By JEFF INGLIS  |  August 29, 2007
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Tabloid dreams

These are dark days in the newspaper business as a whole, but things are especially grim over at Herald Square.
Can Kevin Convey rescue the Herald ?
By ADAM REILLY  |  November 30, 2006
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Press Herald for sale?

Union officials negotiating new contracts at three Maine daily newspapers — the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram , the Waterville-based Morning Sentinel , and the Augusta-based Kennebec Journal — have begun to assume that the papers will s
Maine’s largest newspaper could have a new owner in the next two years
By JEFF INGLIS  |  August 24, 2006
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Globe-al anxiety

There were more lumps of coal than holiday cheer at 135 Morrissey Boulevard this Christmas season.
The Boston Globe is going through its biggest shake-up in 30 years. What will it mean for the paper, the editor, the remaining staff, and the city itself?
By MARK JURKOWITZ  |  January 14, 2006