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Jennifer Marsh resigns as publisher of Baltimore City Paper

Jennifer Marsh is out as publisher of the Baltimore City Paper after almost two years on the job.

She resigned Monday, according to a statement from Times-Shamrock Communications, the Scranton-based company that owns the publication.

"Jennifer has been a valuable member of the City Paper team for many years," Scott Lynett, CEO of Times-Shamrock, said in a statement announcing the resignation. "We wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors."

Michael Wagner, regional publisher for Times-Shamrock, will step in as interim publisher, according to the company statement.

Marsh was named publisher in August 2011, according to a report in an Association of Alternative Newsmedia publication. That report says she started at the City Paper in 1988 as an editorial intern.

Marsh was general sales manager for Times-Shamrock at the time of her apppointment as publisher in 2011, the AAN report says.

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