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A new day dawns for a Spanish-language publication

Siglo21 will be coming out six times a week

Victor Manuel Gonzalez Lemus, owner of the area Spanish-language publication Siglo21. Victor Manuel Gonzalez Lemus, owner of the area Spanish-language publication Siglo21. (Erik jacobs for the boston globe)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / September 6, 2008

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New England is about to get its first Spanish-language daily newspaper. At a time when most newspapers are scaling back staffs and news pages, Siglo21 is making plans to move from a weekly to a daily. The free paper expects to become a daily on Sept. 15, the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month. (Full article: 806 words)

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