By: E&P Staff
Home delivery of the Aug. 12 edition of the Suffolk (Va.) News-Herald was delayed because of press problems.
The paper’s Website informed readers that many subscribers would not receive their Thursday paper until some time in the afternoon.
Newsstand deliveries also were delayed, but were expected to go out in early morning. Copies, free to subscribers, also had been available at the paper’s Saratoga Street office.
Operations were returning to normal later in the morning in the pressroom at the Tidewater News, the News-Herald‘s print site and Boone Newspapers thrice-weekly sister paper.
“We’re good,” reported General Manger Betty Ramsey, explaining that the corrected problem had been with a computer rather than with the mechanics of the press.