The state’s two largest newspapers made the announcement Tuesday, saying discussions about consolidation have been ongoing for years as more media corporations combine printing operations to reduce costs.
Officials with the family-owned newspapers said in a statement that the change will not affect the size or content of either newspaper and that subscribers and advertisers should not be impacted.
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