According to its website, The Keystone Press Awards reinforce excellence by individuals in the newspaper profession, by recognizing journalism that consistently provides relevance, integrity and initiative in serving readers, and faithfully fulfills its First Amendment rights/responsibilities.
Take a look at the York Daily Record/Sunday News’ winners for 2015.
Fix Pa.’s killer dams – honorable mention
Second place: Back to Boston (watch the film)
First place: Fall all-star series
Sports event coverage
First place: Frank Bodani – This baseball man was about a lot more than the game; A four-day Irish blur in the name of Penn State football and blood pudding; We can all learn from Neil Klinedinst, the ultimate Susquehannock fan
Honorable mention: Steve Navaroli – From A to Z: The YAIAA year in review for 2013-13; Central York’s Brad Livingston is a rare breed of coach; Ron Miller leaves a legacy to remember
News feature story
Second place: Mike Argento – Tom Wolf’s Election Day
First place: Mike Argento – Invisible among us
Feature beat reporting
Second place: Health beat, Rebecca Hanlon
Second place: Paul Kuehnel – Body of missing boater found
Second place: Chris Dunn – Forever her child
First place: Kate Penn and Back to Boston