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‘I’ve seen some pretty amazing things during my time with NNA’

December 27, 2018

If you have been affiliated with NNA over the past 33 years, it is likely you know Stan Schwartz—or at least you know his name. Stan is the man who has patrolled conferences and press outings, camera in hand, capturing award-winning moments, photo ops with politicians, passing of presidential gavels, speeches, good times and the occasional silliness that comes with reunions of longtime friends and associates at conventions. When Stan first started working at Pub Aux as a young intern in 1985, the publication came out twice a month before switching over to monthly in the late 1990s. Nevertheless, over the course of his career, Stan has shepherded more than 500 issues of Pub Aux, chock-full of news about community newspapers, into your offices for the past three decades.

Minnesota reporter says she was threatened by council member

October 31, 2018

A northwest Minnesota reporter said she was threatened during a Roosevelt City Council meeting Oct. 1 after asking pressing questions.

Florence does not stop community paper

October 5, 2018

The historic hurricane that battered North Carolina in September showed what community newspapers could do in the face of adversity.

NC News Lab Fund provides 10 journalism grants

August 30, 2018

In 2011, Asheville journalist Angie Newsome took a leap of faith and started Carolina Public Press, an online investigative reporting outlet, as a fiscally sponsored project of the Institute for Southern Studies.

Fire that destroyed Vermont weekly’s office ruled intentional by authorities

August 30, 2018

Fire investigators ruled in late August that the July 16 fire, which destroyed the office of the Vermont Standard and two other businesses, was deliberately set.

Capital Gazette shooting suspect’s anger flared, and fell silent. Then, police say, it exploded

August 14, 2018

For half a decade, Jarrod Ramos’ anger poured out in court papers, tweets and email messages. He saw enemies. He wrote that he’d like to kill one of them. He suggested another kill herself. He created online images marking others out for sacrifice.

More than 8,000 articles available free to NNA members

August 14, 2018

The National Newspaper Association announced an exclusive partnership with leading consumer publisher Bottom Line Inc. (, publishers of Bottom Line Personal, Bottom Line Health and Through this special arrangement, member newspapers will have access to Bottom Line’s respected, accurate content for use in print and on-line editions of NNA members’ publications.

For workplace safety, short-term fixes matter but they’re not enough

August 9, 2018

Following the recent tragedy at the Annapolis Capital Gazette, here are a few important steps local news organizations can take now to improve overall security for your staff and your facilities.

DC paper publishes newspaper history series

June 14, 2018

Publisher Peter Wolff, owner of the InTowner, an online-only community newspaper in Washington, said he thought about bringing the history of newspapers in the nation’s capitol to his readers.

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