Journal Register staff win 65 Connecticut SPJ awards

25 May

Editorial > General Column; Online — Affiliated
(1) Continuing lessons; The Housatonic Times; Alice Tessier

Editorial > Op-Ed Column; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) The missing girl double standard; New Haven Register; Michael Foley

Editorial > Op-Ed Column; Community Non-Daily
(1) Out on a limb: Power of an Idea; The Housatonic Times; Kathryn Boughton

Editorial > Op-Ed Column; Regional Non-Daily
(1) 9/11: a mother’s snapshot from that morning; The Litchfield County Times; Marcia DeSanctis

(3) A 1 percent view of Occupy Wall Street; The Litchfield County Times; Edwin Matthews

Editorial > Opinion Column; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation

(2) Will you be among the civil on May 10?; Register Citizen; Rick Thomason

Editorial > Single Editorial; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation

(3) Put DeLauro’s bill in diaper pail; New Haven Register; Charles Kochakian

Editorial > Single Editorial; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation

(3) Continued resentment over paid sick leave bill understandable; Register Citizen; Rick Thomason

Editorial > Single Editorial; Magazine
(1) Give and take, Connecticut Magazine; Charles A. Monagan

Layout > Non-Page 1 Layout; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) Kicking daisies; New Haven Register; Alyson Bowman

Layout > Non-Page 1 Layout; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(3) Panther plans; The Middletown Press; Joseph Pelletier

Layout > Non-Page 1 Layout; Magazine
(1) The doctor is out; Connecticut Magazine; Joan Barrow

Layout > Page 1 Layout; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(2) Monster rapist; New Haven Register; Alyson Bowman
(3) Lieberman retires; New Haven Register; Christine Tansey, Jack Golas

Photography > Feature Photo; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(2) Relay New England; New Haven Register; Peter Casolino
(3) Snow scene; New Haven Register; Melanie Stengel

Photography > Feature Photo; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(2) Hot dog truck in Portland; The Middletown Press; Catherine Avalone

Photography > Feature Photo; Regional Non-Daily
(3) Reflections of a Photo ; The Litchfield County Times; Laurie Gaboardi

Photography > News Photo; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) What a thrill; New Haven Register; Mara Lavitt
(3) Helping out; New Haven Register; Melanie Stengel

Photography > Photo Layout; Magazine
(1) This land is your land; Connecticut Magazine; Joan Barrow
(3) Star Spangled waterfront in Stonington Borough; Connecticut Magazine; Michael Partenio

Reporting > Arts & Entertainment ; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) Breaking down Bergman; New Haven Register; Donna Doherty

Reporting > Arts & Entertainment; Community Non-Daily
(2) From The Russian Tea Room to The Silo; The Housatonic Times; Jaime Ferris
(3) ‘Double Life’ documents 50-year love story; The Housatonic Times; Jaime Ferris

Reporting > Arts & Entertainment; Magazine
(1) Masterful choreography; Passport Magazine; Jack Sheedy
(2) Sting’s artist, and ours; Passport Magazine; Max Wittstein
(3) Our treasures; Connecticut Magazine; Noah Charney

Reporting > Business; Magazine
(3) Cash cows; Connecticut Magazine; Elizabeth Keyser

Reporting > Business; Regional Non-Daily
(1) Cosmic experience; The Litchfield County Times; Jack Coraggio

Reporting > Business; Special Supplement
(1) Made in Torrington: A new generation of manufacturing entrepreneurs carry on city’s industrial heritage; Register Citizen; Rick Thomason

Reporting > Feature; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(3) ICON:IC: Priest working on New Haven’s church murals for 28 years; New Haven Register; Ed Stannard

Reporting > Feature; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(2) Powder Ridge Rock Festival remembered; The Middletown Press; Kelly Ann Gore-Pleksiw
(3) Litchfield’s Gilbert Black and others paved the way for today’s African-American players; Register Citizen; Ricky Campbell

Reporting > Feature; Magazine
(1) Monica’s story; Connecticut Magazine; Patricia Grandjean
(2) Where the arches are made of gold; Connecticut Magazine; Alan Bisbort
(3) Village of light; Connecticut Magazine; Alan Bisbort

Reporting > General Reporting; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) Sins to confess? Catholics, there’s an app for that; New Haven Register; Ed Stannard

Reporting > General Reporting; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(2) Middletown man sued over tall grass in his East Main St. yard; The Middletown Press; Claire Michalewicz

Reporting > General Reporting; Magazine
(1) This land is your land; Connecticut Magazine; Richard Urban
(2) A shot or not; Connecticut Magazine; Patricia Grandjean
(3) Clinton’s CEO ; Passport Magazine; Kathryn Boughton

Reporting > General Reporting; Regional Non-Daily
(2) Area women witness history in Egypt; The Litchfield County Times; Jack Coraggio

Reporting > General Reporting Series; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) Allegations of racial profiling by East Haven police comes to a head; New Haven Register; Mark Zaretsky, Susan Misur

Reporting > General Reporting Series; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(1) Powder Ridge drama; The Middletown Press; Jonetta Badillo

Reporting > In-Depth; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(2) A dogs’ tale; New Haven Register; Susan Misur

Reporting > In-Depth; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(2) Was Komisarjevsky’s fate scripted from the moment he was born?; Register Citizen; Rick Thomason

Reporting > In-Depth; Magazine
(1) The billionaires club; Connecticut Magazine; Tom Connor
(2) Wild weekend; Connecticut Magazine; Terese Karmel

Reporting > In-Depth Series; Online – Affiliated
(1) New Haven homicide report; New Haven Register; William Kaempffer

Reporting > Spot News; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(3) Clerk shot dead in West Haven was a ‘wonderful guy’; New Haven Register; Amanda Pinto

Reporting > Spot News; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(3) Acting police chief placed on administrative leave; The Middletown Press; Jonathan Burton

Reporting > Spot News; Online – Affiliated
(1) Irene hits Connecticut; New Haven Register; New Haven Register reporting, editing and multimedia staffs
(2) Joshua Komisarjevsky sentenced to death; New Haven Register; Randall Beach, Luther Turmelle, Peter Hvizdak, Mara Lavitt, Chris March, Ann DeMatteo

Sports > Sports Column; Newspaper above 50,000 circulation
(1) To know Dave Solomon was to truly admire him; New Haven Register; Sean Barker
(2) New Haven coaching legend pushes pain aside for kids at East Rock; New Haven Register; Dave Solomon

Sports > Sports Column; Community Non-Daily
(1) Bruins’ black and gold part of my DNA; Shoreline Times; Jimmy Zanor
(2) Glory days; Shoreline Times; Jimmy Zanor

Sports > Sports Feature; Community Non-Daily
(2) Dream Team; Shoreline Times; Jimmy Zanor

Sports > Sports Feature; Magazine
(1) Once upon a Whale; Connecticut Magazine; David Holahan

Sports > Sports Feature; Online – Affiliated
(1) Will DiStefano’s kick gets Avon past Houy in cold thriller; Register Citizen; Kevin Roberts

Sports > Sports Feature; Regional Non-Daily
(1) Winter Olympics hopeful; The Litchfield County Times; Jack Coraggio

Sports > Sports News; Newspaper below 18,000 circulation
(3) Wolcott Tech football team wins first game in program history with 20-12 victory over Stamford Acade; Register Citizen; Kevin Roberts

Sports > Sports News; Community Non-Daily
(1) Shore stunner!; Shoreline Times; Jimmy Zanor
(2) Cardiac kids; Shoreline Times; Jimmy Zanor

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3 Responses to “Journal Register staff win 65 Connecticut SPJ awards”

  1. Susan Skipp July 17, 2013 at 6:42 am #

    Why doesn’t any media in the state cover this? 84 families, that’s the people we find and who are willing not to be silent, someone has to stop the abject destruction of children in this state:
    http://c.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/speaking-family/2013/may/20/ct-judicial-branch-vendors-operated-court-employee
    AFCC has the judiciary franchised with a marketing plan. Lawyers, judges, and mental health workers collude to make the most money possible. Children and litigants are chips. Good parents have been deprived of even phone calls to children two years, six years, in my case nine months. I did nothing wrong except point out the illegal and unconstitutional acts. The system just did more. We have a serious problem that no one even writes about or covers because no one will go in front of political fire.

    • Susan Skipp July 19, 2013 at 9:17 am #

      Why do t you read the link and realize we have a great tragedy ever dayA

      Sent from my iPhone

    • Susan Skipp July 19, 2013 at 11:22 am #

      Hi, http://c.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/speaking-family/2013/may/20/ct-judicial-branch-vendors-operated-court-employee

      Please read this link. At least 84 families are currently harmed and children placed with their abusers. This is a story that no one local will carry because ct is small and many people are making money from this as well as steering grants. This is Pulitzer Prize journalism. No one does this real news anymore because news is bought and paid for. So you want to uncover the reasons why 9 Dcf kids are raped in one foster home? How kent connecticut and st. sngus home gor hirls had a 100% removal rate of infant by dcf under predictive neglect? You want to understand and inform how children are trafficked right in front of us read that story link. It will give you an over view. Bad things, hundreds of millions of dollars, tax free payoffs- you name it its here. Family court and Dcf – especially the mental health providers who give paid testimony to put kids where it’s financially advantageous or sexually available. No one covers this. It’s Sandusky on a small scale. Susan

      Sent from my iPhone

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