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This photo taken after the Shoreham-Wading River football team's L.I. championship victory won in the sports feature photo category in the New York Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest. (Credit: Robert O'Rourk, file)

This photo taken after the Shoreham-Wading River football team’s L.I. championship victory won in the sports feature photo category in the New York Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. (Credit: Robert O’Rourk, file)

Nine years ago, I attended my first New York Press Association convention.

I had just joined Times Review Media Group as a reporter and had no idea what to expect. What I found was a lot of newspaper people scared of the big, bad Internet.

With putting newspapers out each week, we have no way of updating a website, folks said. This is impossible. We will all go out of business.  (more…)

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Members of the Times Review staff after accepting the Newspaper of the Year award. (From left to right) Web editor Joe Werkmeister, account executive Liz Person, executive editor Grant Parpan, account executive Tina Volinski, Shelter Island Reporter editor Ambrose Clancy,  associate editor Jen Nuzzo, account executive Bill Peters, Suffolk Times and News-Review editor Michael White and publisher Andrew Olsen. (Credit: Terry McShane)

Members of the Times Review staff after accepting the Newspaper of the Year award. (From left to right) Web editor Joe Werkmeister, account executive Liz Person, executive editor Grant Parpan, account executive Tina Volinski, Shelter Island Reporter editor Ambrose Clancy, associate editor Jen Nuzzo, account executive Bill Peters, Suffolk Times and News-Review editor Michael White and publisher Andrew Olsen. (Credit: Terry McShane)

Times Review Media Group, publishers of the Riverhead News-Review, came out on top in the New York Press Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest, announced this weekend. (more…)

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BARBARAELLEN KOCH FILE PHOTO | Jane Kirkwood off Reeves Park does her exercise stretching routine with a rubber bands in the gazebo at Reeves Beach overlooking the Sound. The photo earned News-Review staff photographer Barbaraellen Koch an award from the New York Press Association.

Times/Review Newsgroup finished third among newspaper chains in total contest points in the New York Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. The awards were handed out at NYPA’s annual spring convention in Saratoga Springs this past weekend.

Both the Riverhead News-Review and The Suffolk Times won second place for the Past Presidents’ Award for General Excellence in their respective circulation divisions.

The News-Review also walked away with second place in the prestigious Community Service Award category for its coverage of the need for a long-term pediatric care facility on Long Island.

In total, the News-Review earned 13 awards, including first place for Coverage of Crime, Police and Courts.

“The awards are a testament to how much our staff truly enjoys the role we play in the community,” said Times/Review publisher Andrew Olsen. “We also owe a great deal of gratitude to the readers and advertisers who make our work possible.”

Times/Review Newsgroup earned a total of 308 contest points, second most of any Long Island chain. The company took home a total of 29 awards.

“It’s always a great honor to have your work recognized by your peers,” said Times/Review executive editor Grant Parpan. “I’m so proud of our talented, hard working staff.”

The contest, which included 2,351 entries from 150 weekly newspapers across New York State, was judged by the North Carolina Press Association.

RIVERHEAD NEWS-REVIEW

First Place

Coverage of Crime, Police and Courts

Second Place

Past Presidents’ Award for General Excellence

Community Leadership

Overall Design Excellence

Coverage of Education

Coverage of Business, Financial and Economic News

Headline Writing

Best Column — Michael White

Feature Photo — Barbaraellen Koch

Third Place

Art Photo — Barbaraellen Koch

Best House Ad Campaign

Honorable Mention

Best Newspaper Website

Best Multi-Advertiser Pages

THE SUFFOLK TIMES

First Place

Overall Design Excellence

Editorials

Best Small Space Advertising Campaign

Second Place

Past Presidents’ Award for General Excellence

Best Front Page

Sports Coverage — Bob Liepa

Best Use of Photos Website — Robert O’Rourk and John Griffin

Art Photo — Tim Kelly

Third Place

Best Column — Troy Gustavson

Best Use of Blogs/Civic Engagement — Grant Parpan, Paul Squire and Jennifer Gustavson

Honorable Mention

Rookie Reporter of the Year — Gianna Volpe

SHELTER ISLAND REPORTER

First Place

Best Editorial Page

Best Color Ad Created by the Newspaper

Third Place

Overall Design Excellence

Coverage of the Arts — Archer Brown

Art Photo — Eleanor Labrozzi