By Terri Lynn, SouthFloridaReporter.com, Managing Editor, Oct. 1, 2015 –In New York City, the Daily News was the morning “go to” newspaper. It was the paper you would buy to read on your way to work. For many New Yorkers, getting to work involves taking the subway. The Daily News was big and thick and easy to read. The articles were straight to the point and there were lots of pictures. By the time you got to your train station you had finished reading the paper. Most people would leave the paper on the seat for a fellow New Yorker to read.
This week the Daily News announced that they are planning to stop the presses on the print version.
It will be a sad day when/if this happens and Joey Reynolds has a few words about it.