In Philly Suburbs, Readers See More ‘Ghost Newspapers’ as Hedge Funds Cut Costs

If you open a community newspaper in the Philadelphia suburbs today, you’re likely to see a press release reprinted as a news story, or an article written by someone from the next town—or county—over.

While the decline of print journalism is often talked about in terms of laid-off reporters and shuttered offices, another symptom of the changing local news landscape is what does—and does not—fill the papers that are left.

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