The Statesmans-TV newsroom has moved into a new home.
It’s a home for the Raleigh-based paper The Statesmen, a new digital outlet that’s set to be up and running sometime in the coming weeks.
The new digital home is set to replace the current paper, which is located at The Raleigh News and Observer.
It will also serve as the News & Observer’s new local publication, with a focus on local news and local issues.
The newsroom will continue to produce a local news service for the News&Observer.
The Times & Johnson newsroom, located at the Raleigh News & ; Observer, will remain in its current location.
The newspaper has been under contract to News & &Jobs since 2015, when it had a $1 million annual budget.News & <amp;Johnson has also offered editorial support for the paper, though not as much as the Statesman.
News& amp; Jobs is also in the process of opening a newsroom in Cary, North Carolina, as the paper is expected to move to Cary this fall.