city room

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the editorial department of a newspaper that edits the local news


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NEW YORK -- The New York Times announced today a series of new features and staff changes for its City Room blog (http://nytimes.
All our old pals, real and fictitious, who helped define our century of journalism stopping by the city room to file one more story.
Chappell looked across the city room with his death-ray stare, and beckoned once more to me.
City Room provides online readers with in-depth reports from the five boroughs of the city, as well as occasional reports from the surrounding, suburbs on topics such as government and politics; crime and public safety; schools; transportation; housing and economy; and people and neighborhoods.
When Cooke was in town and stopped by the Daily News city room, he didn't just walk in and take a look around like most nameless, faceless CEOs do.
Mountain Daylight Time) on Thursday, August 31, 2006, at the Central City Room of The Brown Palace Hotel, 321 Seventeenth Street, Denver, Colorado 80202.
CST, March 30, 2006, in the Kansas City Room at the Company's headquarters located at 427 West 12th Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
on April 27, 2005, from 7:30-8:00 am in the Carson City Room inside the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel.
in the City Room at the Argent Hotel located in San Francisco.
Readers may contribute ideas or thoughts to The Learning Curve by writing to The Learning Curve, City Room, The Boston Globe, POB 2378, Boston, Mass.
ENCAD will announce its sponsorship of PBC at a reception for PBC's United Digital Artists (UDA) faculty being held on January 11, 1996 from 6 PM to 8 PM in the City Room on the third floor of the ANA Hotel.
Fletcher took his notes to the "Globe" city room on Washington St.
City Room 2, Lansing Center, sponsored by Public Corporation Law Section.
FACTFILE room/night based on two people sharing a City Room.