Gathering, distributing news has changed

Gathering, distributing news has changed

In 1978, typewriters and notebooks were a reporter’s best friends. Today, it’s a mobile phone and a Twitter account that are must-have tools. Here are some of the changes in the way a newspaper is produced since The Citizens’ Voice launched in 1978. Then When the...

Top 40 sports moments of the last 40 years

Slow news day? It happens to the best newspapers and most-watched networks in America’s smallest and biggest cities. Relying on the entire Wyoming Valley (and then some), however, The Citizens’ Voice sports staff seemingly always has something to write about. A...
Two-paper town: Wilkes-Barre market a rarity

Two-paper town: Wilkes-Barre market a rarity

Wilkes-Barre became a city with two daily newspapers in October 1978 when striking workers started publishing The Citizens’ Voice to compete with the Capital Cities-owned Times Leader. Forty years later, the newspaper competition continues — a surprising feat for a...