Lancaster Sunday News editor retires

LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) — A longtime editor with Lancaster Newspapers has retired after nearly 44 years at the company.

Marv Adams was editor of the Lancaster Sunday News for the past seven years. He announced his March 24 retirement in a column.

Adams began his career at the Intelligencer Journal in 1969, at age 18, and progressed from copyboy to assistant news editor before moving to the Sunday News in 1984. He was a columnist at the paper as well as its editor.

For the past several months, he was also print editor of the seven-day combined editions of the Intelligencer Journal and New Era.

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