September 28, 2009

Providence Journal News Staff Wins 14 Regional Awards

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Providence Journal writers, copy editors and photographers won 14 awards in this year's New England Associated Press News Executives Association (NEAPNEA) writing, photography and design contest. The awards were presented at the organization's fall conference in Warwick, R.I. on September 25th.

Five of The Providence Journal's winning entries were first-place winners, five placed second and four took third-place awards.

First-place winners from The ProJo were:

Earning second-place for the Journal were:

Third-place Journal winners were:

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