Faces change, but commitment to Sewickley Valley stays strong
As I look back on the past two years as news editor of the Sewickley Herald, I have many memories.
I've learned more things about the community than I ever would have known.
I've met more people than I ever would have met.
I've followed issues that I knew about but was able to learn much more about them.
This is my last issue of the Sewickley Herald. I have accepted a position elsewhere, but the newspaper remains committed to the community.
The No. 1 question I've fielded over this time is “How do I get something in the newspaper?”
If you would like to submit an item about an event at a church, club or other community organization, have news about a student earning a spot on the dean's list or would like to get a wedding announcement into the Herald, you have several options.
You can email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org; mail it to the Sewickley Herald, 504 Beaver St., Sewickley, PA 15143; fax it to 412-324-1401; or drop it off at the office.
The deadline to submit information is Friday for the next Thursday's edition.
If you would like to talk to a reporter about a story idea, you can contact one of the Herald staffers:
• News reporter Bobby Cherry, email@example.com, 412-324-1408.
• Photographer-reporter Kristina Serafini, firstname.lastname@example.org, 412-324-1405.
• Feature reporter Joanne Barron, email@example.com, 412-324-1406.
To contact the managing editor, Kim Palmiero, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a sports story idea to submit to the sports department, you can send the information to Bill Hartlep at email@example.com or call him at 412-320-7934.
For advertisements, contact: display advertising, Carolyn Dymerski, 412-324-1411, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org; or for classified advertising, call 800-551-5677.
To place a paid obituary, contact email@example.com or call 866-794-9801
Missed a newspaper? Call circulation at 800-909-8742.
Community newspapers thrive when readers give input and contribute.
The Sewickley Herald seeks your help in staying on top of everything that is occurring in the area.
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