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The Real Estate Marketing Insider’s CEO and Executive Director Tobias Nergarden announces Seattle, Wash., as the winner of this week’s “Toby’s Choice” award.
LocalEdge™ Advantage Partnership to deliver full suite of industry-leading internet marketing services Minneapolis, MN and Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) October 01,
DALLAS, July 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reinforcing its ongoing commitment to a broader digital strategy, The Dallas Morning News has named industry veteran Carmen Cano as digital managing editor.
SEATTLE, Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Art Thiel and Steve Rudman join the fight today to help preserve the battered craft of local sports journalism by launching a compelling new web site, www.sportspressnw.com. Since the demise of the print Seattle Post-Intelligencer twenty-one months ago, Mr.
NEW YORK, Aug. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- An estimated 200,000 Americans will die needlessly from preventable medical mistakes and hospital infections this year, according to "Dead By Mistake," a wide-ranging Hearst national investigation, which began reporting the findings today [www.deadbymistake.com].
A golf dispute in King County, Wash., led to one man receiving a debilitating head injury and another receiving a jail sentence, authorities say. Prosecutors said the conflict between two golf foursomes at the Auburn Golf Course last July was based on the lead foursome playing too slowly for the foursome trailing behind them, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported Thursday. Nicholas Shampine, a member of the lead foursome, said he felt compelled to strike James Compton, a member of the...
A Washington state high school student was arrested for allegedly lighting a marijuana cigarette during his English class, authorities said. The Pierce County Sheriff's Department said the 17-year-old Gig Harbor student lit the joint after reading an essay on legalizing marijuana to his Peninsula High
Four former employees of Washington Mutual filed suit against federal regulators in Seattle, claiming they were cheated out of their severance pay. Filed in U.S.
NEW YORK, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Hearst Newspapers announced today that David McCumber has been named editor of two of Hearst's Connecticut newspapers, The Advocate of Stamford and the Greenwich Time, as well as editorial director of its Connecticut Newspaper Group.
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