Inquirer Owners' Hearing Ends with No Ruling on Fired Editor

By: Thomas Fitzgerald and David Sell |

A four-day Common Pleas Court hearing over the firing of Inquirer editor William K. Marimow ended today without a decision and after the newspaper's co-owners failed to reach a settlement in their long running dispute.

Following testimony in her City Hall courtroom and three hours of closed-door negotiations in her chambers, Judge Patricia A. McInerney closed the proceedings without indicating when or if she would rule on the request to reinstate the fired editor. 


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