Greg Borowski, who has covered Milwaukee’s City Hall, mentored numerous young journalists and edited national prize-winning stories, has been named the top editor of his hometown newspaper.
Borowski was appointed as executive editor of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
He succeeds George Stanley, who retired at the end of last year.
The announcement was made in the Milwaukee newsroom by Ray Rivera, the executive editor of The Oklahoman, who oversees Gannett Co.'s Middle America Region, which includes the Journal Sentinel. He was joined by Amalie Nash, senior vice president, local news and audience development at USA TODAY Network.
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