1. Executive Editor Wayne Phaneuf to retire; Cynthia Simison named The Republican’s first woman news leader in 195 years

    Executive Editor Wayne Phaneuf to retire; Cynthia Simison named The Republican’s first woman news leader in 195 years

    Wayne E. Phaneuf, whose career at The Republican stretches back more than 50 years, will retire as its executive editor on Jan. 1. He will be succeeded by Cynthia G. Simison, the first woman executive editor in the newspaper’s 195-year history. George Arwady, publisher and CEO of The Republican, announced the change in leadership on Thursday.

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    1. Wayne Phaneuf shaped this newspaper and the community for a generation. Few people ever do as much good for their hometowns as Wayne has accomplished here through truth-telling for half a century.
    2. To say it's been a wild ride would be an understatement.
    3. I'm tremendously honored to be entrusted with this job. We all know it's one of the most challenging times for newspapers in America, and at the same time we are in one of the most divisive periods in our country.
    4. I can thank Garry Brown with helping make that dream come true when he invited me to join him back in 2002 to do a series on the plans to renovate Fenway Park.
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