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From AJR,   November 2001

This 'n' That   

Gary Farrugia will become editor and publisher of the Day in New London, Connecticut.

By Kathryn S. Wenner
Kathryn S. Wenner, a former AJR associate editor, is a copy editor at the Washington Post.     


Gary Farrugia, a former assistant managing editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer and current vice president of new business development at the Inquirer and Daily News, will become editor and publisher of the Day in New London, Connecticut, at the start of next year. He replaces Reid MacCluggage, who retires at the end of December.... The Los Angeles Times snags yet another editor from the "other" Times, naming Rick Flaste to the new position of features editor. Flaste had been the New York Times' senior editor for special projects.... James B. Whittum moves from managing editor of Baton Rouge, Louisiana's Advocate to publisher-editor of Alabama's Dothan Eagle and Enterprise Ledger.

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