The Horace Greeley Award is a New England award for public service journalism.[4]

History

It is an annual and regional American journalism award that recognizes excellence in the print media of New England and is named in honor of prominent 19th-century editor and publisher Horace Greeley. It is administered by the New England Press Association in Boston, Massachusetts, and awarded occasionally.[5] The first award was given in 1966 to the Revere Journal.[7][8]

Winners