Across the country, many Americans no longer have someone watching the city council for them, chronicling the soccer exploits of their children or reporting on the kindly neighbor who died of cancer.
The appointment comes just over a year after local entrepreneur Mark Ein bought Washington City Paper from SouthComm, returning the paper to local ownership.
It’s a paper route not for the faint of heart. An upcoming film has captured the herculean effort to make sure U.S. troops can keep up with the news from home, even in the most remote and dangerous combat zones.
Each morning, Mike Machado is responsible for printing and hanging 60 front pages from newspapers in all 50 states and a handful of international countries in cases outside the Newseum. Since the museum opened, it’s become one of the city’s most beloved public displays.
WASHINGTON — It may be a little bit more difficult to grab print news at Pentagon after the military kicked newspaper boxes from the property because of their security risk. The Pentagon recently removed all…
Jack J. Green, founder and publisher of two community newspapers in Richmond and Hampton Roads, has died. He was 71.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.