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  • Daily Pilot to launch countywide publication

    The Daily Pilot plans to launch a new weekly publication May 3 that will be included with all Sunday editions of the Los Angeles Times sold in Orange County, Pilot Publisher Russ Newton announced Friday.
  • Milton named new Times editor

    Milton named new <i>Times</i> editor
    Paul Milton is taking over the reins of the Carroll County Times from longtime Editor Jim Lee, who is leaving after 18 years at the newspaper. Milton will oversee the daily newspaper, the Carroll County Times and its website, carrollcountytimes.com,...

    Tribune Media, Tribune Publishing compensation reported for CEOs

    Tribune Media, Tribune Publishing compensation reported for CEOs
    Tribune Media CEO Peter Liguori received $23 million in total compensation last year, while his Tribune Publishing counterpart, Jack Griffin, made $3.16 million, according to recently filed financial statements. The Chicago-based companies, which were...

    Wandering Eye: Americans get the partisan government they deserve, Bloomberg helps cities use data, and more

    Wandering Eye: Americans get the partisan government they deserve, Bloomberg helps cities use data, and more
    If American democracy these days seems to be infused with a political culture of hooliganism, there's a reason for that: an electorate gets what it begets. As a new University of Kansas study now reveals, partisan voters, the most active participants in a...

    Editorials from around Pennsylvania

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Pennsylvania's newspapers: ___ PENSION PUZZLE Philadelphia's ravenous pension fund will be the next mayor's greatest financial challenge. It eats an increasing portion of the city...