Black Voice sounds off

By: Mark Fitzgerald Riverside, Calif., news-rack ordinance spurs lawsuitby Mark FitzgeraldThe Black Voice News is suing its hometown of Riverside,

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Contempt case won’t die

By: Joe Strupp Santa Cruz, Calif. newspaper waits for final rulingWhen a judge slapped a contempt-of-court charge on the Santa

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Goss’ money matters

By: Jim Rosenberg Manufacturer may exit Chapter 11 within monthsAgreement among Goss Graphic Systems’ principal stockholder, noteholders, and banks led

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News-rack laws gain steam

By: Lucia Moses with Harold Treskunoff New ordinances regulating news racks are gaining momentum in two cities, while some newspaper

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It’s not easy being green

By: John Palen Still, SEJ hasn’t had a hard time exceeding expectationsWhen a handful of environmental journalists met in December

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A Chronicle of turmoil

By: Joe Strupp Decade of family dissension leads to paper’s saleNearly a decade of turmoil among the family ownership of

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Belo b-ball buy sparks

By: Lucia Moses controversy in DallasWhen Dallas-based Belo, parent of The Dallas Morning News, bought a $24-million minority stake in

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New CEO at Freedom Comm.

By: Lucia Moses Freedom Communications, whose flagship newspaper is The Orange County (Calif.) Register, picked the head of its magazine

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