NPR ran this story today about GateHouse Media, the company which owns the TAB and hundreds of newspapers across the nation.
The Newton TAB has endorsed Ruthanne Fuller for Newton’s next mayor. Read the story here.
The Newton Public Schools has paid its private attorney well over $5,000 to repeatedly oppose the public release of an investigative report completed last school year on anti-Semitic incidents at F. A. Day Middle School, the TAB has learned.
The Massachusetts Secretary of State’s office has now four times ruled the district is not providing enough justification for its extensive
TAB editor Andy Levin posted a comment on this thread in response to this announcement from GateHouse media’s Lisa Strattan about changes at the company. I believe Andy’s comments are important enough that I’m starting a new thread here:
I don’t want to keep any of the TAB/Wicked Local Newton readers guessing as to what is coming next week and going forward.
Being the editor of the Newton TAB these past couple years has been a great pleasure, a tremendous honor and the job of my life. I love this city and I loved, truly loved being editor of its paper of record. I have never felt that way about any job.
Beginning next week, though, I will no longer be the editor of the Newton TAB. Indeed, all of our roles at Wicked Local will be changing….
Village 14 isn’t the only Newton website with a new look: Wicked Local has relaunched its sites dramatically. Check out the new Wicked Local Newton here and then come back and discuss.