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September 21, 1988
Publishers of sex-oriented newspapers would be forced to post 24-hour guards at news racks in San Bernardino to prevent minors from buying the papers under a law given preliminary approval. But City Atty. James Penman said he would recommend that city leaders rescind the ordinance because it conflicts with state law, which takes precedence. The City Council gave the ordinance initial approval by a 4-2 vote.
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BUSINESS
March 5, 1999 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newspaper magnate William Dean Singleton said Thursday he would acquire the San Bernardino Sun as part of a rapid expansion of his reach in the Southern California marketplace. Gannett Co., the Sun's owner, said it would add the 80,000-circulation daily to a partnership already formed by Donrey Media Group and Garden State Newspapers, affiliates of Singleton's privately held MediaNews Group.
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BUSINESS
November 1, 1990
The Fontana Herald-News will close after 67 years of publication because of declining circulation and continued financial losses, the owners announced Wednesday. The afternoon newspaper will publish its final edition Nov. 9, said Jon Hays, assistant general manager of Press-Enterprise Co. of Riverside, which bought the Herald-News in June, 1989. The newspaper, published Monday through Friday, has a paid circulation of about 2,100. It served the central San Bernardino Valley since 1923.
BUSINESS
November 1, 1990
The Fontana Herald-News will close after 67 years of publication because of declining circulation and continued financial losses, the owners announced Wednesday. The afternoon newspaper will publish its final edition Nov. 9, said Jon Hays, assistant general manager of Press-Enterprise Co. of Riverside, which bought the Herald-News in June, 1989. The newspaper, published Monday through Friday, has a paid circulation of about 2,100. It served the central San Bernardino Valley since 1923.
NEWS
April 22, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
A Superior Court judge intends to cite the San Bernardino Sun for contempt of court early next month for publishing testimony in a death penalty case that a defense lawyer contends could endanger the defendant if he returns to prison. Judge Bob N. Krug said in a hearing on Monday that he will issue the citation May 4, according to Michele Williams, a Superior Court clerk.
BUSINESS
March 5, 1999 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newspaper magnate William Dean Singleton said Thursday he would acquire the San Bernardino Sun as part of a rapid expansion of his reach in the Southern California marketplace. Gannett Co., the Sun's owner, said it would add the 80,000-circulation daily to a partnership already formed by Donrey Media Group and Garden State Newspapers, affiliates of Singleton's privately held MediaNews Group.
BUSINESS
June 20, 1995 | ROSS KERBER
Freedom Communications Inc. said Monday that it will swap two newspapers, including one of its original publications, for three newspapers owned by Thomson Newspapers Corp. Thomson will acquire the Bucyrus Telegraph-Forum, a daily in Ohio that Freedom founder R.C. Hoiles bought in 1927, and Dothan Progress Ltd., which publishes a free-circulation weekly and several shoppers in Dothan, Ala.
NEWS
September 21, 1988
Publishers of sex-oriented newspapers would be forced to post 24-hour guards at news racks in San Bernardino to prevent minors from buying the papers under a law given preliminary approval. But City Atty. James Penman said he would recommend that city leaders rescind the ordinance because it conflicts with state law, which takes precedence. The City Council gave the ordinance initial approval by a 4-2 vote.
NEWS
April 22, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
A Superior Court judge intends to cite the San Bernardino Sun for contempt of court early next month for publishing testimony in a death penalty case that a defense lawyer contends could endanger the defendant if he returns to prison. Judge Bob N. Krug said in a hearing on Monday that he will issue the citation May 4, according to Michele Williams, a Superior Court clerk.
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