Readers of the Register-Star have grown used to the reporting staff being something of a revolving door. Except when the departure of a reporter becomes a cause celebre, as Tom Casey's dismissal did two years ago, prompting two other reporters and the city editor to resign in protest, reporters and their bylines just seem to disappear without explanation or comment. But what about staff members higher up on the totem pole?
It has recently been noticed that Theresa Hyland's name has disappeared from the paper's roster of employees. Hyland, who held the position of executive editor, had been with the paper for more than a decade. According to unofficial reports, her employment at the paper ended on December 15, as part of a restructuring.
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