The box, with the stenciled words “POW,” was dropped off on the eve of the anniversary of the 1995 newspaper strike.
A Cleveland company’s efforts to transform the Metro Times into a journalism powerhouse are confronting some tough realities.
Gannett, the media company that owns the Detroit Free Press, is forcing employees at some newspapers to reapply for new jobs as part of a bold cost-cutting move.
Both newspapers have lost so many journalists over the past decade that large areas of their newsrooms are bare.
The latest layoffs come just three days after colleagues said goodbye to two esteemed reporters at a going-away party.