“Gazette” Wins Top Honor

Gazette Publisher James Foudy - Photo courtesy of the Daily Hampshire Gazette Photo: WHMP

“Gazette” Wins Top Honor

(Northampton, MA) — The “Daily Hampshire Gazette” has been named Newspaper Of The Year by a leading trade group. The New England Newspaper & Press Association named the Gazette number one among papers in the ten-thousand-to-15-thousand circulation category. The contest uses a focus group of readers to select winners. The award will be presented at a ceremony in Natick in October.

Photo: Gazette Publisher James Foudy – courtesy of the Daily Hampshire Gazette

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