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The Sewickley Herald received a Golden Quill award in the category of community engagement news for the newspaper's use of social media.

The award was presented to staff writers Bobby Cherry and Kristina Serafini Monday night during the annual Press Club of Western Pennsylvania presentation in Station Square.

Other finalists in that category included The Observer-Reporter and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Last month, Herald staffers received several journalism honors , including three first-place awards, in the Excellence in Journalism competition of the Pennsylvania Women's Press Association and the Society of Professional Journalists Keystone Pro Chapter's Spotlight Contest.

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