The Chicago Headline Club’s local journalism awards are run by obsolete guidelines.
In an earlier era, a news operation was one thing and a lobbying operation was another. But no more.
Lisagors drop ethics award but not ethics.
Anne Keegan Award returns for a fourth year—and the judges are accepting submissions.
This year’s Lisagors received more entries than anticipated.
The judges behind the local award for giving “voice to the voiceless” will accept online journalism.
Colleen Mastony of the Chicago Tribune wins the first Anne Keegan Award for Distinguished Journalism. What about next year?
Melissa Isaacson has posted her take on what happened at the podium when she tried to accept her award but found a Trib editor had beat her to it.
The Lisagor Awards dinner was a success, but what’s happening to the entries?
The Southtown Star lays off the editor of its editorial page — in addition to its managing editor and business editor.
How many journalists, like the Chicago Tribune’s Susan Chandler, are contending for awards this spring but have already lost their jobs?