Most days, before sunrise, the fluorescent lights inside the North White Street office of The Lancaster News are flipped on by a newsroom employee.
The same is true for the end of the day. It’s not unusual for a writer, editor or page designer to be working away long after the press has gone silent and there are few cars in the parking lot.
It comes with the territory, said TLN Editor Barbara Rutledge. Yes, it all swirls around the need to hit deadlines, but Rutledge said there is more to it than that.