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Headlee named executive editor of Herald-Mail

November 30, 2000

Headlee named executive editor of Herald-Mail



Terry Headlee has been appointed executive editor of The Herald-Mail.

As executive editor, Headlee is the chief news editor of The Morning Herald, The Daily Mail and the weekend Herald-Mail newspapers.

"From reporter to city editor, Terry has done a splendid job with every assignment he's been given," said John League, editor and publisher of The Herald-Mail Co. "He inherits a great staff, and I look forward to great things under his leadership."

Headlee's appointment is effective today.

Headlee, 41, has been with The Herald-Mail since January 1986. He succeeds Gloria George, who left the paper last month to accept a newspaper job in Florida.

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"I'm honored and pleased with the appointment and hope to continue the great tradition of The Herald-Mail," Headlee said.

For the past five years, Headlee served as city editor of The Herald-Mail newsroom, directing the local reporting staff. Before that, he served as county, business, politics and general assignment reporter. He also was the paper's special projects/investigative reporter for five years.

As a reporter, Headlee won 31 writing awards from 1988-1995, including four "Best in Shows" from the Maryland, Delaware-D.C. Press Association.

Headlee has an undergraduate degree in journalism from Kent State University and is pursuing a master's degree in business administration from Frostburg State University.

A native of Dublin, Ohio, Headlee resides in Martinsburg, W.Va., with his wife, Loria.

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