May 31, 2016
/ by Cision Media Research
A few promotions and additions have been made in the newsroom of the Record-Journal in Meriden, Connecticut. Andrew Ragali has been named city editor at the paper, after serving as a Capitol and general assignment reporter for the past four years. To fill Ragali’s old role, the Record-Journal has brought in Mike Savino, who had served as a reporter at the Journal Inqurier in Manchester, Connecticut since 2011. In addition, Leigh Tauss has moved to a new beat, and is now covering Wallingford City Hall, government and education after spending the past year and a half covering Wallingford city breaking news.
On the digital side, Farrah Duffany has shifted into a digital content producer role, and was previously a features reporter for the paper since December 2014. Duffany joined the paper in 2010 as a reporter covering Southington. Joining her is new hire Pete Paguaga, who comes to the Record-Journal after a little over a year as a multimedia journalist at The Hour in Norwalk, Connecticut; he will also be a digital content producer. Follow the Record-Journal on Twitter and Facebook for more breaking news out of central Connecticut.
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