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Updated: July 30, am. Rhodyred45 nyc. Newspapers provide perspective and nuance as a result of the editing process, something left out of TV and radio. Good ones do, anyhow.
The reader of this one may judge where it falls. Just to clarify my statement regarding my Feb. It seems some may have misunderstood my entry. My intention was not to attack newspapers in general. I have high regards for journalism and the newspaper trade.
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I would never attack this medium of news coverage. I was only comparing morning papers to afternoon papers. It was that simple. Nothing more. I couldn't disagree more with Al Magnin's statement Feb 11 that newspapers only provide old news.
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Granted TV and radio provide immediate coverage of news events in a way that newspapers cannot; however, newspapers provide a depth of coverage and thoughtfulness that TV and radio either cannot or will not. I find most TV news coverage to be sketchy at best. They skip from one story to another with minimal details. And some of the stories they cover are a waste of time.
Watch Fox News and you would think Michael Jackson's trial was of major importance to the world. TV helps you keep up with events, but you have to read the newspaper if you want substance. I can understand resistence to change, that's only human, but where did anyone get the idea that there would be less local news in a morning Sun Chronicle? There has been no change in that committment. That's what makes The Sun Chronicle different.
We were just honored by the New England Press Association as Newspaper of the Year, primarily for our local news package. We devote more space to local news than any other newspaper, anywhere. In case you missed it, here's a quote from the publisher in a front- story Sunday, Feb. We know people read us because you can't get anywhere else the kind of local news we provide.
Thanks, Al, for your insight. That is exactly how I feel. I have noticed over the past six months less and less of the "local" community news. I have wondered if this was a way to help us accept the change. Since I live in Foxboro, I looked forward to the reporting of local news by Ms. She covered all the local issues and it was a pleasure to read her reports. I just feel like we have lost so much in the name of progress in our lives that it would be nice to continue to have an exceptional "local" paper that was geared to local issues, sports and concerns to all of us … locally.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Dastew aol. Every so often, I miss my youth, and when I do, I return here, to where I can always find it.
Nice to see we band together and stroll down Bushee Street path to Capron Park together. Then end up at the duck pond and sit on the stone edging and put on our skates. This winter in particular has brought out the ol' meloncholia for days but a blur now.
Capron Park has changed so much that I can't even go back in time anymore, so I avoid it. My once beloved Tommy's Spa is now an insurance agency, and the Gazzolas have long gone from the gas station in Lonicut. I can see the small theater to the right, after we passed those big mirrors. I'd like to think I was just small then, and Attleboro seemed really big and alive, but it was that, and more. If I could, I'd go back, and bring back, and this little 9-yea- old girl would go to Peter's fruit stand and buy a sparkling apple.
Debbie aol. My thoughts and prayers are with Councilor Carolyn Tedino for a speedy recovery. We served together at the BKSA … memories sigh. In reply to Deb Stewart's comment dated Jan 27 regarding morning newspapers.
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I would like to say that morning newspapers can only report old news. When you come home from work at night and turn on your television you can't help but hear top news stories. Even while riding in your car you cannot help but listen to news stories on your radio. By the end of the evening you've pretty much heard any and all relevant news topics that have occurred during the day, repeated several times in fact.
Now when you get up in the morning, hoping to read something new that might be happening in the world, you open your morning paper and what do you read. Yesterday's stories!
If something ificant happens in your town today you now have to wait until tomorrow to read about it. Unless you are spending your money hoping to save money by clipping newspaper coupons, a morning newspaper is pretty much a waste. I was just reading the comments about the city. I moved away many years ago, but it is still good to visit.
I can remember Dr. The best barbeque's when I was a kid were at the P. Attleboro has indeed changed but no one can take the memories of the days gone by. I am seeking information on John Foley. Not to worry about the SC losing its local news edge by changing to a morning rag. To do that it would have to have been in the business of covering local news in the first place.
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An alphabetical directory of out-of-town and local visitors to the Guestbook follows the comments. Comments remain posted for at least a month and are printed periodically as Letters from Home on the Opinion s of The Sun Chronicle. A note on style: Please do not send entries or names in all capital letters or in all lower-case letters.
Since it appears that many Guestbook and Web site readers are in fact daily readers of The Sun Chronicle, I would like to know your thoughts and feelings about the changes due to come very shortly at the S. The paper is set to become a "morning" paper sometime in February. I spoke to the editor of the paper when I heard the rumor.
I was told that they in fact had done a survey and when I questioned "who" was surveyed I was told it was a scientific survey. Well, I along with many of the readers here grew up with this paper.
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It was part of our lives, it holds many memories of our past, our children's triumphs and defeats, losses of close friends and family. The Sun Chronicle was a part of our communities by bringing us all that "local" news. I think we are going to lose that by going to a morning paper. What is your opinion? I for one would love to read your comments. I look forward to hearing all views here in the Guestbook. Good to see most people back. Why do so many of you who live worlds away from the Attleboroughs have such nasty things to say about what things are like there now and about the newspaper?
I go back there about once a year and think the place is still pretty good. I delivered the paper for years as a kid - when we picked up our papers in the center of NA. It was the Sun and the Chronicle at the time. A man named Frank Curtis ran the newspaper shop in the center of town.
What about Morin's Diner? My parents have always found the latest and newest places to eat over these past 20 years. Time marches on folks. We all have great memories of the wonder years, but get real, put it into perspective. How about some more of those great stories of the growing up years.
I'd like to find out if anyone has any information about Carpenter's Grocery Store that was located on or about 10 Park St. I believe that it burned down around If anyone has any information about this store, please pass it along.
I especially enjoy the links they have with photo collections. You can really get a feel for the recent record snows you suffered through! Also, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the The Sun Chronicle Opinion editor for the recent editorial: "When the prescription was hot chocolate," a tribute to Chet Ashley.