Reporters from the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer were recently honored at the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association’s Keystone Press Awards and at the Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors Awards.
Keystone Awards include-
First place, Breaking News- Jo Ciavaglia, To them she was … a disposable child
First place, Personality Profile- Crissa Shoemaker Debree, A labor of love
First place, Series, Kyle Bagenstose, Environmental injustice in Lower Bucks County
First place, Video Story- David Garrett and Shereen Pavlides, Cook This! With Shereen: Summer Jersey Corn Gazpacho
Second place, Editorial- Guy Petroziello, Hoarding money; Tax hike; Back where it all began
Second place, News Feature Story- Marion Callahan, Looking to foster hope
Second place, Series- Kyle Bagenstose and Jenny Wagner, Unwell Water
Second place, Sports/Outdoor Column- Kevin Cooney, No excuse for Reading High’s rout; Out of the darkness, there was light; State final loss still haunting Stu Jackson
Second place, Video Story- Jen Wielgus, Saleem Martin-Adams finishing up impressive senior year
Honorable Mention, Column- J.D. Mullane, Picking up a late night hitchhiker on Trenton Road; On a rainy Thursday, a heroin arrest in Levittown; Four funerals have concluded but a crucible awards loved ones
Honorable Mention, Series- Jo Ciavaglia and Marion Callahan, Born into addiction
Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors Awards include-
First place, Best Investigative Reporting- Kyle Bagenstose and Jenny Wagner, Unwell Water
Second place, Best Business Writing- Crissa Shoemaker Debree, Sheltered Livelihood
Second place, Best Enterprise Reporting- Marion Callahan and Jo Ciavaglia, Born into Addiction
Second place, Best Feature Writing- Peg Quann, Mystery Malady
Second place, Best Public Service- Kyle Bagenstose and Jenny Wagner, Unwell Water
For the complete list of Keystone winners, visit the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association.
For the complete list of Associated Press Managing Editors Awards, visit the Associated Press Managing Editors.