Sentinel receives several NH Press awards

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Sep. 25—MANCHESTER — The Sentinel picked up statewide awards for its journalism Thursday night.

In the N.H. Press Association's 2020 Excellence in Journalism contest, The Sentinel finished second in three categories: Bill Bilodeau, for editorial writing; Paul Cuno-Booth, in the feature-story category, for an article he wrote on Joanne Mellady, a Washington, N.H., woman who died of COVID-19; and staff reporter Jack Rooney and contributing writer Meg McIntyre in the community-service category for The Sentinel's Pandemic Parenting series. In each category, The Sentinel competed against other New Hampshire daily news outlets.

Taking a first-place honor for Excellence in Collaboration and Partnership were the partners of the Granite State News Collaborative, of which The Sentinel is a member, for their coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic.Originally slated for an in-person gathering, the awards ceremony was live-streamed from the Nackey Loeb School of Communications in Manchester.

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