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The Palm Beach Post is an American daily newspaper serving Palm Beach County in South Florida, and parts of the Treasure Coast. As of 2016, it was the seventh largest in Florida.What happened to Steve Craig at CareerSource Palm Beach County?
Six months after Robert “Steve” Craig resigned as the head of CareerSource Palm Beach County, the former president and CEO has sued his old employer, alleging he was actually forced out in retaliation over a whistleblower complaint. He is seeking $1.8 million, which is the remainder of his salary had he seen his contract through to its end in 2025.What happened to the Florida post?
Faced with economic downturn and a changing industry, The Post reduced its payroll of 1,350 to about 1,000 and closes bureaus in Stuart, Port St. Lucie and Delray Beach. In December 2008, The Post closed its presses and moved printing to the Deerfield Beach plant of the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel.How did the Palm Beach Post win an ASNE Prize?
In 2003, The Palm Beach Post won an American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) prize for their coverage on a local bishop's resignation following confirmed sexual abuse allegations. Editor Edward Sears won the Editor of the Year award in 2004 from Editor & Publisher. Sears led the Post newsroom from 1985 to 2005.