Supermarket tabloid the National Enquirer is leaving Boca Raton, after calling Palm Beach County home for a majority of the past 43 years.
The publication's new editor is moving its headquarters to New York next month. The Enquirer was started in New York back in 1926, as the New York Enquirer. It's time in our area included the beginning of the 2001 "Anthrax Attacks", when a photo editor named Robert Stevens was exposed to the powder while working for another American Media Inc. paper, The Sun. He later died.
A.M.I. has not said how many jobs may be affected by the move.
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