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  • Staff photo by Don Himsel

    Telegraph reporter Jake Berry
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    Telegraph reporter Maryalice Gill
  • Jonathan Van Fleet

    Moves from metro editor to managing editor for content to oversee a renewed effort to develop in-depth, multimedia special topic projects as well as help implement the expansion of our digital footprint.
  • Valley News political editor John P. Gregg
  • Valley News reporter Greg Trotter
  • Valley News editor Jeff Good
  • Valley News editor John Lippman

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Meet the NH PolitiFact Team

A group of reporters and editors from The Telegraph and the Valley News, led byPolitiFact Editor Bill Adair, make up the PolitiFact 2012 New Hampshire team. They are:

Jonathan Van Fleet is the metro editor of The Telegraph, where he has worked since 2000. He is the lead assigning editor in the newsroom who coordinates the newspaper’s watchdog and enterprise projects. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire. He can be reached at

Kevin Landrigan is The Telegraph’s political reporter, covering politics and the Legislature since 1988. He has covered the last eight presidential primaries. He is a 1979 graduate in public affairs/journalism from Keene State College and a frequent commentator on New Hampshire Public Radio, New Hampshire Public Television, WMUR-TV and commercial radio stations across the state. During the presidential primary season, he has made regular appearances on C-SPAN, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC and appeared on NBC-TV’s “The Today Show.” He can be reached at

Jake Berry covers the town of Merrimack for The Telegraph. He previously worked for the Cape Cod Times and the Keene Sentinel. He is a graduate of Boston College, where he majored in communications and sociology. He can be reached at

Maryalice Gill covers business and the town of Bedford for The Telegraph. She is a recent graduate of The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass., where she majored in English and political science. She can be reached at

Jeffrey Good is editor of the Valley News, where he has worked since 2000. Before that, he wrote for the St. Petersburg Times, where he won a Pulitzer Prize for a series of investigative editorials about Florida’s probate court system. He can be reached at

John P. Gregg is political editor of the Valley News. An English major in college, he previously worked for Roll Call in Washington, newspapers in Massachusetts and Vermont, and as chief speechwriter for then-Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld. He can be reached at

J. Gregory Trotter is a reporter for the Valley News, where he recently won top honors in feature writing from the Vermont Press Association for stories he wrote about Dartmouth physicians and nurses caring for patients after the earthquake in Haiti. He is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He can be reached at

John Lippman is night editor of the Valley News. He previously oversaw coverage of the entertainment business as an editor at the Los Angeles Times, and was a reporter at The Wall Street Journal. He can be reached at