Mott Haven Herald
|Founder(s)||Bernard L Stein|
|Staff writers||15 students|
|City||Bronx, New York City|
|Sister newspapers||Hunts Point Express|
The Mott Haven Herald is a monthly newspaper that covers the Mott Haven, Port Morris, and Melrose sections of the Bronx. Founded in the spring of 2009, the Herald's news stories range from crime, arts, entertainment, and politics to the activities of local people and institutions. The front page appears in color, but most photos inside the newspaper appear in black and white.
The Herald's logo, an American Indian aiming his bow and arrow, is based on a weather vane fabricated at the Jordan Mott Ironworks, which gave the neighborhood its name. The newspaper's partner publication is the Hunts Point Express, which is also edited by Hirsch and staffed by students from Hunter College. The Herald was founded by Bernard L. Stein, former editor of the Riverdale Press, as was The Express, which began publication in 2006.
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