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According to Kennedy, the Globe plans to move its printing presses from its headquarters in Dorchester to a facility it is building in Taunton – a move that Kennedy believes could cause even more problems if the company fails to properly prepare.
“If they think that they can print in Dorchester one day and Taunton the next day, that’s gonna take a lot of planning,” Kennedy said.
According to sophomore journalism and media screen studies major Isaac Feldberg, some of the areas hardest hit by delivery issues include the towns of Newton, Peabody and Pembroke.
Feldberg said he has been watching the recent events unfold while working at the Globe for his co-op since Dec. 28.
“I first heard about the incident in a flurry of emails that started going back and forth,” Feldberg said.
He was on the email chain that was organized to rally Globe staff to help deliver papers but did not help with the deliveries.
Brenda Wrigley, a Saugus resident, was one Boston Globe subscriber affected by the recent delivery problems.
“In a two-week period, I received the Sunday paper, and I received one the previous Tuesday but didn’t find it in the bushes until Thursday,” Wrigley said.
After being a daily Globe subscriber for more than three years, Wrigley cancelled her subscription in response to the delivery issues.
“It’s really disappointing because this paper has a wonderful history and reputation,” Wrigley said. “This incident has severely damaged the reputation of the Globe to earn back the trust of the community.”
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