Capping weeks of harsh charges of plagiarism and “outright theft” from smaller competitors, The Hartford Courant last week reportedly disciplined six employees and issued a clear apology from publisher Richard J. Graziano.

That came on the heels of a statement from the national Society for Professional Journalists, which condemned Connecticut’s largest newspaper for systematically using in print and online stories written by competing, smaller dailies in Manchester, New Britain and Bristol, among others.

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