New faces, proven veterans will assure Union Leader's solid hold on the news
He will have help in leading the state's best news team. Besides Paul Montgomery, who has been our Assistant Night Editor for several years, he can count on Night Editor Sherry Wood, and Deputy Managing Editors Mike Cote (for business and city) and Vin Sylvia (sports and features). Those last three have been doing double or triple duty this summer as we sought to fill the other editor posts.
Trent and Paul start their new jobs next week. I can hardly wait.
One other thing that strikes me about the state of New Hampshire news these days. Both the Nashua paper and the Manchester TV station are part of big, out-of-state companies. The Union Leader, on the other hand, is independently owned right here in New Hampshire. There is a lot to be said for that.
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