A long-established but financially ailing Jewish weekly newspaper in Philadelphia is transferring editorial management and production to a Baltimore-Washington area media company and cutting jobs.
A feud between a Frederick County councilman and the county’s local paper goes viral when the councilman threatens to sue the paper for using his name.
Thomas Baden Jr., editor of The News-Times in Danbury, Conn., has been named editor of The Daily Record in Baltimore.
The Baltimore Sun is purchasing the City Paper, but says the free alternative weekly will remain independent.
Annapolis Police have charged a Baltimore man with breaking into a newspaper office and stealing $6,000 in computers and other items.
A Washington newspaper has asked a federal judge to force the Coast Guard to return any documents and copies of records it seized from a reporter while searching her home last summer as part of a gun investigation involving her husband.
The Washington Post is its own lead story. The Post is being purchased for $250 million by Jeffrey Bezos, the founder and billionaire CEO of Amazon.com.
The Adamecz family was going through old family papers and found a brittle connection to the beginning of the last century: a special edition published by The Evening Capital in 1908.
The Washington Post says it will begin selling digital subscriptions this summer, asking frequent website users to pay a fee supporting the company’s journalism.
Tom Marquardt, editor and publisher of Capital Gazette Communications, will retire at the end of the year.
The Washington Post is launching another round of buyouts — its fifth in the last decade — in its shrinking newsroom.
The Frederick News-Post will resume publishing a Monday edition Feb. 6, nearly three years after suspending publication.