Merl Reagle who created the crossword puzzles published each week in The Washington Post Magazine and in many newspapers, died Aug. 22.
Dan Reimold, whose College Media Matters website and blog are the nation’s go-to source for news and analysis of collegiate media has died.
A career journalist who wrote on everything from religion to the environment, Larry Stammer died Thursday after a five-year battle with cancer. He was 73.
Frederick Taylor, a former Wall Street Journal executive editor died Monday.
Philip Wakeford Steitz III, a longtime resident of Washington, died due to complications from Alzheimer's disease on July 29
Pulitzer Prize-winning Anchorage Daily News editor and journalism educator Stan Abbott died July 27 after a long illness following a series of strokes in a hospice near Detroit.
Don Oberdorfer, a highly respected diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post died on in Washington.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch movie critic Joe Williams was killed in a one-car crash.
Bob Baker, a Los Angeles Times journalist, died in a Santa Monica care facility after a long battle with two debilitating illnesses, Parkinson's and Lewy body disease, his wife said.
Phil Beck, former Philadelphia Inquirer writer and editor died Thursday at age 56.
Ronald L. Martin, 67, of Tabernacle, executive editor of the Burlington County Times from 1996 to 2008, died of cancer Saturday, July 11, at Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice in Mount Holly.
Former Novato Advance staff writer and editor Mary Connell died May 19. She was 65.
Alan Prince, a longtime journalist for the Miami Herald and a journalism professor at the University of Miami has died. He was 85.