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Intelligence was news and a person who gathered it was an intelligencer, which is better than being called Little Scribbler, a name I have endured as a news gatherer over the years.
Shane Fitzgerald, executive editor for the Intelligencer in Doylestown, Pa., has been named the regional executive editor and will oversee editorial content for the Pennsylvania publications: the Intelligencer, Bucks Country Courier Times, Pocono Record, Burlington County Times in New Jersey, as well as six weekly newspapers in Dover, Del., and their websites.
Henrick, was recently awarded the prestigious honor of being one of The Legal Intelligencer's 2018 Lawyers on the Fast Track.
FTI Consulting also received legal accolades from publications such as The Legal Intelligencer, The National Law Journal regional publications, the New York Law Journal, The Recorder and Legal Times, all of which recognized the firms leadership in multiple categories.
Late Modernism and The English Intelligencer: On the Poetics of Community
The Intelligencer says about 25 students turned out this week for a free class on general safety, first aid, CPR, an overview of the drilling process and career opportunities in the field.
18 May 2011 - US-based Mack Trucks, a unit of Swedish vehicle group AB Volvo (STO: VOLV B), has agreed to pay USD525m in a settlement with over 9,300 retired staff, The Legal Intelligencer reported on Tuesday.
ALM Media owns Pennsylvania's top legal daily newspaper, The Legal Intelligencer.
Newsroom names: At Pennsylvania's Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era, Ray Shaw has been named executive editor; he remains editor of the Intelligencer Journal, a job he's held since 1997.
Effective March 2, "The Legal Intelligencer" and "Pennsylvania Law Weekly" will operate as one title under "The Legal Intelligencer" brand and will provide daily statewide print and online legal news, information and analysis.
Dixon's latest volume in the National Intelligencer Newspaper series features daily abstracts of items from the first newspaper printed in Washington, D.C., from the year 1847.
A Pennsylvania county coroner came out swinging at a trial in which he is fighting felony criminal charges, saying that newspaper reporters from the Intelligencer Journal who testified against him did so "in violation of all journalistic ethics" the Lancaster New Era reported Feb.

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