By Boston Herald | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: December 6, 2018 at 4:02 pm | UPDATED: December 6, 2018 at 4:15 pm Charles H. Daily of Winthrop died Wednesday, Dec. 5. He was 93. Mr. Daily was a graduate of Winthrop High School. He served in the Army Air Corps during WWII. He graduated from Boston College when he returned from the war. Mr. Daily worked as a civil engineer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Transportation until retirement. Husband of the late Irene L. (Paige), he is survived by three daughters, Irene L. Doucette of Winthrop, Jacqueline A. LeClair of Waltham and Lisa A. Talacci of Cohasset; a brother, John W. of Lowell; five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 10 at St. John the Evangelist Church, Winthrop. Burial will be in the Belle Isle Section of Winthrop Cemetery. Arrangements by Maurice W. Kirby Funeral Home, Winthrop. … [Read more...] about Charles H. Daily of Winthrop, at 93, civil engineer for MassDOT
By Bostonherald.com staff | December 4, 2018 at 5:02 pm Boston Herald Editor in Chief Joe Sciacca has been named to oversee the editorial operations of seven daily newspapers in Digital First Media’s Northeast Cluster, the media company announced today. As Regional Editor in Chief, Sciacca will oversee DFM’s papers in Massachusetts and New York. Those papers include the Boston Herald; The Lowell Sun; Sentinel & Enterprise of Fitchburg; the Daily Freeman in Kingston, The Record of Troy, The Saratogian of Saratoga Springs and Oneida Daily Dispatch. “Joe has the deep journalism experience and innovative approach needed to lead the editorial operations of our Northeast properties,” said Regional Publisher Kevin Corrado. “The audience reach of our cluster and the combined impact of our journalism is a powerful combination. Joe’s appointment to this new position will ensure that we make the most of our synergies and best practices while preserving the … [Read more...] about Herald editor named head of Digital First Media’s Northeast region
Updated 4:10 pm PDT, Wednesday, September 19, 2018 Arizona Daily Sun Publisher Don Rowley, right, presents Barry Brennan, the male 2017 Citizen of the Year, with a framed certificate during the annual recognition lunch at the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, Ariz., earlier this year. Rowling, the longtime publisher of the Arizona Daily Sun is retiring. Rowley has led the Flagstaff newspaper for 23 years, overseeing changes that included the addition of a Saturday newspaper in 1992 and a move to the west side of town in 1995. (Arizona Daily Sun via AP) less Arizona Daily Sun Publisher Don Rowley, right, presents Barry Brennan, the male 2017 Citizen of the Year, with a framed certificate during the annual recognition lunch at the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close … [Read more...] about Longtime publisher of Arizona Daily Sun to retire
Thirty years ago today, Daily Herald sports writer Keith Reinhard vanished without a trace. Reinhard told folks in the tiny Colorado town where he was taking a sabbatical from the newspaper that he was going to hike up a mountain looming above the town. That was the last sighting of the Algonquin father of three, who was known for his mane of long gray hair and his passion for hard work and telling stories. This past weekend the sports writer's son, Kai-allen Reinhard of McHenry, made it to the top of Pendleton Mountain overlooking the old mining town of Silver Plume. "It was very emotional," says Reinhard, 54, who stood at the peak near the remains of a wooden tram tower and thought about his dad. "It was something he always wanted to do. And who knows? Maybe he did."The abundance of theories and lack of evidence intrigues Eric Walter, a filmmaker who is doing a documentary about the bizarre story. Walter, who joined Reinhard's son on the mountain trip, spent much of the past four … [Read more...] about 30 years ago, a Daily Herald sports writer vanished on a mountain. Last weekend, his son climbed it.
x If you thought the hype and anticipation for Infinity War was too much to bear, just wait until Avengers 4. Marvel’s 2019 blockbuster is said to be gearing up for a summer of reshoots ahead of its arrival in May – a full 330 days from now, for those keeping count – and while one Marvel super-fan has been busy watching Infinity War as many times as humanly possible, other viewers are spending their time poring over all sorts of fan theories pertaining to Avengers 4, which looks set to herald a true turning point for the MCU we know and love. Case in point: the following set video that’s currently doing the rounds online. It initially leaked via Daily Mail (h/t Reddit) and appears to show Tony Stark, Ant-Man, and the Hulk talking tactics with a Captain America still dressed in his Phase One attire. Could this be another clue that the Russo Brothers plan to introduce time travel come 2019? See for yourself: Once again, this leaked snippet has been pulled from … [Read more...] about Leaked Avengers 4 Footage Heralds Possible Story Clues For The Marvel Sequel