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Bobby Cherry

Editor, Sewickley Herald — Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Covers:  pittsburgh, public education, public transportation, quaker valley school district, sewickley, technology, education, local government, social media, small business, police

News from Pittsburgh suburbs (Bridgeville, Carnegie, Sewickley, South Hills) and beyond for @TribLIVE and @SewickleyHerald.

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I am an editor with the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and its community newspapers.

With a traditional news sense in mind, I've recognized the importance of new media, focusing on bringing news and other information to readers through a ...

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@bc_Trib — 2,206 followers, 7,444 tweets

May 25, 2017

RT @meganguzaTrib: Allegheny County ME's office has ruled the death of Dakota James an accidental drowning.

May 22, 2017

If you're parking in Sewickley, pay stations are having issues with network, woman who answered phone says.

May 16, 2017

@DK_NewsData Oh I have most of my results. Just takes longer to travel to Beaver County.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

I was a reporter for my elementary school newspaper. One of my first interviews was Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Gary Anderson.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

A what? Oh, I was very young when my parents showed me what a typewriter was. A friend collects typewriters. I'll take an iPad.

How is social media changing news?

News isn't changing (well, sometimes it is dumbed down). How we consume news has changed since the beginning of time.

Golden Quill Award, The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania

2013 - online community engagement — news
The award was given to the Sewickley Herald for best use of engaging the community among daily and non-daily newspapers in Western Pennsylvania.

Excellence in Journalism, Pennsylvania Women's Press Association

2013 - general news
The second-place award was presented for coverage of "Man dies while trimming trees in Edgeworth," which included tweets, photos and online updates.