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A leadership retirement in the Adams Publishing Group Eastern North Carolina division has allowed for changes that will benefit journalism and news coverage for newspapers all over the eastern end of … more
My long-time client, mentor and friend Frank Daniels Jr. died on June 30. He was 90 years old. For 20 of the 26 years he served as publisher of The News & Observer, I was privileged to defend the … more
A regular name in the bylines for 8 years now, Jessica Webb will now take the top leadership role at Smoky Mountain Times in Bryson City. Effective July 4, Webb is now publisher/editor, having … more
Sports and politics are among the coverage areas that have long distinguished The News & Observer. Now the newspaper has promoted two members of its staff to key roles overseeing those topics. … more
The New Bern Sun Journal, The Kinston Free Press and The Daily News in Jacksonville have a new editor.  Trevor Dunnell, who has been working as a government watchdog reporter for the Sun … more
It’s with a heavy heart that I write this column about my 90-year-old uncle, Frank Arthur Daniels Jr. My mentor, role model, friend and business partner, Frank Jr. died at his home in Raleigh … more
Frank Arthur Daniels, Jr., a leading Raleigh citizen and one of the nation’s signature newspaper publishers who built The News & Observer of Raleigh into a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper … more
The Mount Olive Tribune office is closed this week due to the assistant editor taking a much needed vacation. We will resume operations June 27 at 9 am. Our final day of business is June 29. That … more
As I’m sure you are all aware, the Beacon has undergone some major changes in recent months. One of those changes was the departure of long-time editor Laura Lewis. As of May 31, I took over … more
Chuck Thompson, a season journalist who comes to Bladen County from Sanford, began on Monday and is in the process of learning the area. “It’s great to be here in Bladen … more
J. Michael “Mike” Rouse, a former Associated Press reporter in North Carolina who helped usher the news cooperative into the early computer age though vote tabulation and story … more
After more than a decade of work to found and further the mission and values of Carolina Public Press,  Angie Newsome  has announced that she will step down from her role as executive … more
The NC Media & Journalism Hall of Fame recognizes diverse individuals with ties to the state who have had a significant impact on the professions and the communities they serve. The honor is … more
    Ernie Pitt is a native of Greensboro, NC where he graduated Dudley High School. His  undergraduate studies began at North Carolina Agriculture and Technology University as an … more
Lee Sharpe, longtime owner and publisher of  The Taylorsville Times , received two honors at the Monday, April 4, 2022, meeting of the Alexander County Board of Commissioners. Sharpe was first … more
We’re happy  to announce a bunch of good news about our Axios Charlotte staff. Let’s get right to it. 1. Katie Peralta Soloff is the new editor of Axios Charlotte. Why … more
Tricia Johnston has been at the helm of The Richmond County Daily Journal for the early portion of 2022 after hitting the ground running late last year. She comes to Richmond County from her … more
Leonard Laye, a longtime Charlotte sportswriter known for his likability and versatility, died in North Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Wednesday. He was 78. Laye worked for The Charlotte News and then The … more
I have left the newspaper business four times previously — since I first felt the calling in seventh grade.  The first time was when I entered Clemson University as a computer … more
Paris Goodnight will be Salisbury Post’s interim editor as outgoing editor Josh Bergeron moves onto another opportunity in news. Goodnight will take the reins of the newsroom in mid-March … more
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