George Ross, an Oakland Tribune sports editor in the 1960s and 1970s who played a prominent role in transforming Oakland into a major league sports city, died peacefully Saturday night.
Jean Sharley Taylor, a groundbreaking journalist at the Los Angeles Times who for years was the only woman named on the newspaper's masthead, has died. She was 91.
Tributes have been paid to a 'highly valued friend and colleague'.
Family and the journalism community are mourning the loss of veteran journalist Sidmel Estes, the first woman president of the National Association of Black Journalists.
William J. Brehm Sr., whose newspaper company grew to more than 50 publications in seven states, died Oct. 4, 2015, at home in Poway after a long battle with cancer. He was 89.
Edward B. “Ed” Skinner Jr., one of the most successful managers in the history of Augusta newspapers, has died. He was 86.
Fred A. Stickel, who turned The Oregonian from a sleepy, dysfunctional daily into one of America's best regional newspapers during 34 years as its publisher, died Sunday.
John A. Severance, 79, of Malvern, a former newspaper advertising executive, died Friday, Sept. 18.
Arthur Z. Kamin, 84, a longtime newspaperman in New Jersey who also was chairman of the Rutgers University board of trustees, died Tuesday Sept. 22.
William F. Morem a former longtime reporter and editor at The Tribune, was found dead in his Los Osos home.
Louis William "Bill" Sabatino, 70, a longtime labor relations executive for the company that owned The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News, died Sept. 6.
John M. Roman, 73, of the Havertown section of Haverford, a retired prize-winning reporter and columnist for the Delaware County Daily Times and a novelist, died Sept. 3 at Bryn Mawr Hospital.
Gaylord Shaw, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, died on Sunday at his home in Duncan, Okla. He was 73.