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  • Chapter Five: After Roaring 20's, A Great Depression

    Chapter Five: After Roaring 20's, A Great Depression
    During the final years of Charles Hopkins Clark's reign as editor of The Courant, the newspaper enjoyed a surge in circulation that has been attributed to Emile H. Gauvreau, a short-term managing editor with an enthusiasm for melodramatic news that...
  • Chapter Six: A New Building, And New Suburban Focus

    Chapter Six: A New Building, And New Suburban Focus
    With the end of World War II came profound changes in how Americans lived, reshaping the nation's landscape — and the fortunes of The Courant. Over the next two decades, as the population swelled and the economy flourished, thousands gave up city...
  • Chapter Seven: In The '60s, Turmoil And Transformation

    Chapter Seven: In The '60s, Turmoil And Transformation
    The 1960s brought memorable and lasting change to the nation, to Hartford and to The Courant. The decade began with Hartford's being named an All-American City for its construction of Constitution Plaza and surrounding highway projects. But such...
  • Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town

    Chapter Eight: Hartford Becomes A One Newspaper Town
    The 1970s brought a fundamental shift in the management – and ownership – of most newspapers in the nation, including The Courant.] The Watergate scandal, and the role played by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, re-...
  • Chapter Nine: The Beach Boys And Newsroom Changes

    Chapter Nine: The Beach Boys And Newsroom Changes
    Life in a newsroom is different every day, its rhythms set by external forces. But 1979 was something new. While the staff waited to see what effect — if any — corporate ownership might bring to The Courant, a more palpable shift was...
  • Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook

    Carriers Shared Their Memories In Letters, Phone Calls And On Facebook
    This year, Courant carriers – paperboys and girls -- shared their memories with us on Facebook, in email, in typewritten and handwritten letters. We thought we'd share them with you – they made us laugh, smile and even cry. John Chilicki,...
  • Orange County Register names new publisher

    SANTA ANA, Calif. Richard Mirman, a former executive at Harrah's Entertainment known in Las Vegas for his talents in casino marketing, has been named interim publisher and chief executive of the Orange County Register. Mirman took over Monday from...
  • Baltimore Sun Media Group Executive Profiles

      Timothy E. Ryan Publisher and Chief Executive Officer Timothy (Tim) E. Ryan has served as publisher, president and chief executive officer of the Baltimore Sun Media Group since 2007. In 2010, he also became publisher and CEO for additional...
  • Prominent challenger turns Colorado Senate race into a nail-biter

    DENVER (Reuters) - What was once a "fly-over" Senate race in Colorado has become one of the nation's most closely watched contests, with a young Republican congressman who is leaving a safe seat in the U.S. House fiercely attacking Democratic incumbent...
  • This week's reviews in brief

    Here are condensed versions of this week's book reviews: "The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution" by Walter Isaacson; Simon & Schuster (560 pages, $35) The epic scope of Walter Isaacson's task in...
  • Scammers target L.A. Times subscribers with fraudulent bills

    About 500 Los Angeles Times subscribers have reported receiving fraudulent mailings seeking higher-than-normal renewal fees, part of a scheme that has targeted dozens of publications nationwide. The Times first learned one of its subscribers had been...