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The Record hires new transportation reporter

Second strong hire this month for North Jersey paper

By David Wildstein, May 24 2019 5:10 pm

The (Bergen) Record has found a replacement for Curtis Tate to cover the New Jersey transportation beat.

Colleen Wilson, an education reporter for Gannett in Westchester, will be moving to The Record sometime in the next few weeks, the New Jersey Globe has confirmed.  She will still do some work for The Journal News and lohud.com

Before joining the Journal News, Wilson worked for the Westchester Business Journal.  As a journalism student, she held internships at the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and USA Today.

Tate left The Record earlier this month to relocate to Memphis.

This is the second strong hire for The Record this month; they stole the widely-respected Terrence McDonald away from the Jersey Journal.  There is still no announcement on a replacement for Nicholas Pugliese in the statehouse bureau.

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