When the Globe packed up its Morrissey Boulevard printing presses and moved everything to a new plant in Taunton, that included the Herald - which the Globe prints under contract.
And with the Globe continuing to apologize to its print readers for production problems, the Herald has been forced to chime in, via a pretty harsh note in today's paper.
We are upset that the paper you count on for the best news, sports and entertainment coverage in Boston is poorly reproduced, is frequently late or not delivered to our home delivery customers or at a retail store. Sadly, the printing problems that plagued the Globe 81 days ago have not been corrected.
We talk with the Globe on a regular basis but unfortunately the remedies they put forth to solve the production problems have failed miserably.
Via Dan Kennedy.