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Forrest Palmer, former News-Times president and publisher, dies at 95

During World War II, Palmer was a U.S. Army combat engineer who participated in the Battle of the Bulge.

SHU professors create second edition of nurse practitioner textbook

Julie Stewart and Susan DeNisco, both professors in Sacred Heart University’s College of Nursing, have authored the second edition of their textbook “Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner.”

Fairfield & Westport Minuteman ceases publication

The move comes nearly six months after it and other assets of 21st Century Media Newspaper LLC were purchased by Hearst Connecticut Media.

Eldridge Industries takes controlling interest in Film Expo Group

Film Expo Group was previously a part of Mediabistro Holdings, which is also controlled by Greenwich-based Eldridge Industries.

MIT Press picks Westchester Publishing Services for book work

Affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The MIT Press publishes more than 200 titles each year.

Elizabeth M. Pfriem, publisher and philanthropist, dies at age 92

Elizabeth M. Pfriem, a Bridgeport-based newspaper publisher and philanthropist, died at her Southport home on Saturday at the age of 92. Pfriem succeeded her husband, John...

Publisher offers passport to Fairfield dining

Weston's Entrée Nous offers a distinctive passport book to Fairfield's high-end restaurants.

Remembering David E. Moore

Losing a prized possession

A new outlet for Westchester news

Media veterans and husband-and-wife Carll Tucker and Jane Bryant Quinn will debut the first expansion of their Main Street Connect online news company next month.

Good things in small packages

Warwick bookstore combines reading with music and art.

A pioneer of business news

Pulitzer heir David E. Moore had his own long career in newspaper publishing.

A new direction for business

New look Business Journal reflects a need to meet these challenging times.

Tall tales and tablets

The publishing world shifts with the advent of mobile media devices.

Layoffs loom at newspaper

Kingston’s Daily Freeman is considering laying off 60 workers.

Language is not the barrier – information is

Understanding immigrant communities can yield stronger business relationships, effective marketing campaigns and a more holistic sense of globalization.