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More Murder in Play for NENPA Convention - New England Newspaper and Press Association e-Bulletin

More ‘Murder’ in play for NENPA convention

February 9, 2017

By Sophie Cannon,
Bulletin Correspondent

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Anyone who has worked in a newsroom any length of time has war stories they tell about memorable incidents there, and some even involve physical confrontations. 366 more words

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Great Idea Panel: Convention to Present Ad Success in Crowdsourced Book -New England Newspaper and Press Association e-Bulletin


‘Great Idea’: Convention
to present ad successes
in panel discussion, book

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By Sophie Cannon
Bulletin Correspondent

It might be the most innovative and ambitious attempt at interacting with an audience ever attempted at a New England Newspaper and Press Association convention. 518 more words

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Panel: Use Social Media Sparingly, Cautiously, But You Must Use It -New England Newspaper and Press Association e-Bulletin

Panel: Use social media
sparingly, cautiously,
but you must use it

By Sophie Cannon
Bulletin Correspondent

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A panel at the New England Newspaper Conference Oct. 636 more words

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Yankee Quill Award Winners Reflect On Past, Look to Future -New England Newspaper and Press Association e-Bulletin

Yankee Quill award winners
reflect on past, look to future

By Sophie Cannon and Jesse Goodman
Bulletin Staff

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INSIDE HISTORY AT FANEUIL HALL

Maybe it’s all a reflection of classic proportions, but so much in Peter Faneuil’s historic town hall and marketplace simply feels right ever since it was erected in 1742 and enlarged in 1805 under Charles Bulfinch’s masterful design. 58 more words

History

Lawyer: Suspected Holocaust memorial vandal is mentally ill

BOSTON (AP) — A man suspected of using a rock to shatter a glass panel on the New England Holocaust Memorial is mentally ill, his lawyer said Wednesday, as elected officials and religious groups came together to condemn the vandalism. 341 more words

News

Citizen Cider - Burlington, VT

There’s a weekly write-up I do, perhaps you’ve read, called “What’s Going Down This Week“. It has news, events, beer releases, food trucks, and what’s in Brew Guide’s future! 520 more words

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