The paper is making fewer changes than meet the eye while continuing to attempt to do a little more with far less.
Retirees’ pension and health plans are in jeopardy as battle continues over who’s owed what first.
An exception among metro newspapers, the News-Journal silenced all online comments under the guise of maintaining standards.
Two of Volusia’s giant egos, Daytona State’s Kent Sharples and ICI Homes’ Mori Hosseini, have turned the college board into their own little Khe Sanh. The NJ puts in some worthy war reporting.
If Flagler news falls in the forest and there’s no one there to pulp it into newsprint, has it really happened? Further tales and tails from the provinces of journalism.
The Pat Rice era began at the $218-a-year News-Journal in late April. That’ll buy you a whole lot of Twinkies.
When Catholic priests boff young boys, turf wars and fire engines, the editorial page brings out Ed Meese from his crypt, and the local page discovers “scenic” Palm Coast.
That 4.5 tremor on the Richter scale you felt last night? That was the Davidsons rolling in their graves when Michael Redding replaced them at a Medallion of Excellence banquet.
A five-minute summary of what you’re missing in the paper, from overplayed snakebites to underplayed blowbacks against Volusia’s biggest development.