LEWISTON – Anthony Ronzio is the Sun Journal’s new editorial page editor.

He spent the previous five years as assistant editor and reporter for the VillageSoup publications and Rockland.

Among his duties with the VillageSoup Times were directing news coverage for a dozen towns, beat reporter covering local/state government, crime and courts, and a features writer specializing in news analysis, economic issues, investigative reports and personality profiles. He was also the primary editorial writer and a member of the paper’s editorial board.

Ronzio’s work has been recognized by the Maine Press Association. He was a 2003 finalist for an Online Journalism Award from the Online News Association/Columbia University.

A native of Rhode Island, Ronzio earned a BA in magazine journalism and a BA in history from Syracuse University. He was a contributor to a book published by the university in 2002 called “Click on Democracy,” which investigated the Internet’s impact and use during the 2000 presidential election. He was editor-in-chief of The Student Voice from September 1999 to May 2001. He was also one of 12 journalism seniors flown to Lockerbie, Scotland, in 2001 to contribute to “Beyond the Tragedy,” which profiled Lockerbie outside the context of the Pan Am Flight 103 disaster.


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