Tuesday marks the end of an era for the Cedar Rapids Gazette: the paper will go out of print locally for the first time in 138 years. Company executives say outsourcing the newspaper’s printing is essential in order to preserve its core business: providing independent media coverage in eastern Iowa.
Gannett’s printing shop in Falls Township last year. Credit: Tom Sofield/LevittownNow.com Two large commercial properties will pay less tax. The Falls Township Board of Supervisors last month approved appeal regulations for the Sheraton Bucks County Hotel on Oxford Valley Road and the former Bucks County Courier Times printing plan on
ismagilov/iStock (NEW YORK) – As COVID-19 spreads across the country, the severity of the latest wave of the virus is reflected in headlines in city and state newspapers across the country. The number of new COVID-19 cases is reaching levels previously seen in February, as the United States emerged from