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  • Mexican journalist fired; had revealed presidential scandal

    The crusading host of Mexico's top-rated national news radio program has been fired in a case that many fear is a blow to freedom of expression. MVS Radio said Sunday that Carmen Aristegui was removed for challenging the firing of two reporters who had...
  • Windham-Mansfield edition community news

    Art and craft submissions encouraged CANTERBURY - A call for artists has been issued for the fifth annual Fine Art and Craft Exhibit and Sale at the Finnish American Heritage Society. The event will be held at the Finnish Hall, 76 N. Canterbury Road,...
  • News outlets fight to keep Massachusetts court records open

    Judges across Massachusetts are sealing court documents with increasing regularity, forcing news organizations and First Amendment groups into costly and time-consuming legal battles to ensure the basic workings of the judicial system remain public. In...
  • Charles Rowe, former Free Lance-Star editor-publisher, dies

    Charles S. Rowe, the former editor and co-publisher of The Free Lance-Star who helped lead journalism groups advocate for press freedom, has died. He was 89. Rowe died Friday at a hospital in Vero Beach, Florida, where he had a residence. He also...
  • Congo detains US diplomat with pro-democracy activists

    Congo's security forces detained a U.S. diplomat Sunday in a raid that also targeted journalists and regional democracy activists and accused them of posing a threat to stability, a government spokesman said. The diplomat "was found among a group of...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Live from CdM, it's Trident TV

    Corona del Mar Today: Live from CdM, it's Trident TV
    Just a few minutes until air time, and Corona del Mar High School senior Connor Mickelsen was feeling the pressure. Standing in front of a bright-green wall in a converted space in the school's front office, Mickelsen was ready to go. His hair looked...
  • New England editorial roundup

    The Berkshire Eagle of Pittsfield (Mass.), March 11, 2015 Imagine the cries that would be heard from Washington Republicans if Senate Democrats had tried to undercut a Republican president's constitutional authority to conduct foreign policy. "Treason!"...
  • New players replacing newspapers in seeking government info

    Newspapers were once the dominant force in dislodging documents and other records from reluctant federal government agencies, but a new crop of media players, advocacy groups and corporate interests now drive the release of information. The Freedom of...
  • Requests for NC public records result in long waits, fees

    In July 2013, the office of Gov. Pat McCrory announced the sudden resignation his public safety secretary after only six months on the job. The statement said Kieran Shanahan was leaving to spend more time with his wife and focus on his law firm, but...
  • In Mexico, a hard-hitting journalist is getting her wings clipped, again

    In Mexico, a hard-hitting journalist is getting her wings clipped, again
    She is sort of a cross between Christiane Amanpour and a dog with a bone. Carmen Aristegui is possibly Mexico's most famous journalist, very courageous and often annoying. She hosts an enormously popular four-hour daily radio program and has a nightly...
  • Hartford Students' Fundraiser: Duct-Tape A Dean

    Hartford Students' Fundraiser: Duct-Tape A Dean
    HARTFORD — While strips of duct tape were readied, Principal Leonard Epps stood in the cafeteria Friday and asked his high school students for their attention. Lunch was underway at the Journalism and Media Academy Magnet School, a staffer from...