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The Evening Sun is looking for freelance writers and correspondents to help us better cover the communities we serve. If you think you have what it takes to be a reporter and storyteller, send a resume and writing sample to … Continue reading
A cool bit of The Evening Sun’s past turned up here this morning, sandwiched between the closet wall and the shelf on which it once rested. Community Sun Editor Kim Sterner found it as she was digging for Christmas decorations.
I’ll share with you what the editor once told me, right after I tell you a little about the best job I ever had. The job was in Hanover and there wasn’t much fanfare and sometimes you found yourself working … Continue reading
Don’t tell the boss I’m writing this. After all, the default policy around here is generally to go about our business, chasing the news in York and Adams counties and trying to keep up with it all. That’s tough enough. … Continue reading
Yeah, I’m totally leaving work early this afternoon. Seriously, Bruce Hornsby just retweeted me on Twitter. My work here, at least for today, is done. The boss has long been preaching “digital first,” after all, and it doesn’t get much … Continue reading
In the newsroom, we call it “going over to the dark side.” That’s when a journalist leaves the newroom behind for a job in public relations. Those who actually do so just call it a smart career move, since it’s … Continue reading