Chronicle wins 2024 Golden Quill Award
RecognitionPress Club of Western Pennsylvania

Chronicle wins 2024 Golden Quill Award

Editor Toby Tabachnick wins award for Excellence in Written Journalism, Editorials

The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle was recognized for outstanding journalism by the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania at the Golden Quill Awards ceremony on May 28 at the Rivers Casino.

Chronicle Editor Toby Tabachnick won the 2024 Golden Quill Award for Excellence in Written Journalism — Editorials for three articles: “Clinging to hope”; “Justice, not vengeance”; and “It’s well past time for Rep. Summer Lee to speak with the Chronicle.”

Tabachnick also was a finalist in the Profile category for “Lawyer who represents the ‘worst of the worst’ leads defense in synagogue massacre trial.”

Adam Reinherz and David Rullo, Chronicle senior staff writers, were finalists for six Golden Quills.

Reinherz was recognized in four categories: Spot/Breaking News (“Summerset Vandalized With Antisemitic and Other Hateful Messages”); News Feature (“Yahrzeit Plaques and Other Mementos Collected, as Tree of Life Prepares for Future”); History/Culture (“Civil War Seder Memorialized in Fayetteville”); and Education (“Protecting Children From Trauma During the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Trial”).

Rullo was a finalist in two categories: Enterprise/Investigative (“Detangling the Legal Issues of the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooter Trial”); and Columns/Blogs (“After the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Trial: A Reporter Reflects”). PJC

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