NASHUA, N.H. (AP) -- The Telegraph of Nashua, N.H., has a new publisher.
Gregory J. Pohl, formerly a regional manager for Ogden Newspapers, assumed the publisher position Monday.
Pohl's start comes with a formal change in ownership for The Telegraph. The Ogden Newspapers Inc., a family-owned company, acquired the paper from Independent Publications Inc., which owned The Telegraph since 1977.
Pohl, a Chicago native, began his career in newspapers in 1968 as a copyboy at the Chicago Tribune. Following a stint in the Navy, he returned to the Tribune in 1973, working in the research, advertising, marketing and circulation departments.
The Telegraph reports (http://bit.ly/ZIJwIS) Pohl joined Ogden nearly 10 years ago, where he has led the company's circulation and distribution departments.
He succeeds Terrence Williams, who was publisher for 19 years.