With sale, ‘Telegraph’ publisher to step down
The Nashua Telegraph said it will have a new publisher later this month for the first time in nearly 19 years.
Publisher Terrence Williams will not return to the newspaper when it formally transfers ownership to Ogden Newspapers, a family-owned company with about 40 daily papers in 13 states.
The Telegraph said the ownership change will formally take effect April 22.
Williams, a Vermont native, arrived in Nashua in 1988. After reporting and editing stints at Foster’s Daily Democrat and the Lowell Sun, he initially joined The Telegraph as assistant metro editor.
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