The City Paper, the free alternative weekly that was founded in 1977, is being swallowed up by the big kid on the block.
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August 26, 2013 Leave a comment
SCRANTON, Pa. — A northeastern Pennsylvania media company plans to sell nine daily newspapers and alternative weeklies outside its core market in the region, it announced Monday. Times-Shamrock Communications chief executive George Lynett Jr. said the papers have been “strong, ...Read More »
March 21, 2012 Leave a comment
Lily Duffy has joined Clapp Communications as a copy writer. Duffy graduated in 2011 from Towson University with a degree in English. While at school, she tutored international students and helped them edit writing assignments and presentations. Duffy previously worked ...Read More »
January 27, 2012 Leave a comment
A battle over homeowner’s insurance and funding for the public defender’s office top the list of most-read legal affairs stories of the week. Also on the list are two more Court of Appeals decisions and news of a so-called “patent ...Read More »
January 26, 2012 Leave a comment
Sparrows Point is back to work Employees of the RG Steel plant in Baltimore County’s Sparrows Point have returned to work earlier than expected after about 720 of them were furloughed Dec. 22. Most returned last week, with about 250 more ...
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January 23, 2012 Leave a comment
The Baltimore City Paper did not defame a former nightclub owner by reporting that some people thought he could have been involved in a double murder, Maryland’s highest court held Monday. In what attorneys for both sides are calling a ...Read More »
October 10, 2011 Leave a comment
ANNAPOLIS — The Baltimore City Paper violated its privilege to report fairly and accurately on a double murder trial when it published articles implicating a former nightclub owner who was never charged in the slayings, the man’s attorney told Maryland’s ...Read More »
October 7, 2011 Leave a comment
ANNAPOLIS – The Baltimore City Paper abused its privilege to report fairly and accurately on a double murder trial when it published articles implicating a former nightclub owner in the slayings — though he was never charged in the crime, ...
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