The Daily Messenger will be moving its newspaper printing and production operation from Buffalo Street in Canandaigua to a sister facility in Rochester. This was originally released March 11.
The Daily Messenger will be moving its newspaper printing and production operation from Buffalo Street in Canandaigua to a sister facility in Rochester.
The upcoming change in printing facilities will allow the Daily Messenger to adopt a more traditional schedule. The newspaper will be delivered to subscriber’s doorsteps earlier.
The news team will continue to be based at the offices in Canandaigua, focusing on enterprise reporting, breaking news and in-depth coverage that our readers expect.
“Online and in print, this newspaper continues to be the leading source for trusted, local reporting. That will not change,” Regional Vice President Terry Cascioli said. “As always, the latest information will continue to be updated online at mpnnow.com.”
The anticipated last edition of the Daily Messenger to be produced at the Buffalo Street facility will be on June 13, for the June 14 edition.
“This was an enormously difficult decision, and we regret the impact it will have on our employees,” Cascioli said. “The individuals who bring our newspaper to life every day are incredibly skilled and dedicated, and this move was in no way a reflection on their work. We are so appreciative of their many, many years of service.”
The company will work to connect employees with local resources to assist with seeking new employment, and opportunities will be made available to them, if possible, at other company locations.