Daily Progress misspells “Charlottesville” in front-page print headline

As if the community needed further confirmation that the Daily Progress is circling the drain

From the Thursday, June 29 print edition of the “expanded” Daily Progress, a front-page headline reads: “Chalottesville bakery raises money to help…”

Occasional misspellings are understandable, but to get wrong the spelling of your publication’s home town shows a fundamental incompetence or an institutional indifference—neither of which bodes well for the paper’s already tenuous future.


Daily Progress misspells “Charlottesville” in front-page print headline

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  1. Let’s hope writer Faith Redd is not nominated
    To judge any spelling bee contests in our area .
    All brought to you by Lee Publications with love


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