Tubman City News - birthed in the wake of the April 2015 riots in Baltimore a.k.a. the Baltimore Uprising - is a free, bi-weekly, independent, online newspaper named after the late, great Harriet Tubman.
Tubman City News provides Baltimore City residents a voice and venue to share their perspectives from a Christian lens about what’s going on in and around Baltimore.
A community journalism project, Tubman City News is written and published by everyday people (citizen journalists) who live in and around Baltimore and/or people who want to share information about issues, people, things, places, events, and situations impacting the Baltimore.
Unfortunately, Tubman City News is an innocent victim caught in the middle of an international court battle between two newspaper content software online companies (Techcruiser.com and Bulletlink.com).
As a result, Tubmancitynews.com along with about a dozen or more other news websites have been disabled. Two years of newspaper articles, photos and content of Tubman City News has disappeared from the Internet, and I can't figure out how to get back the content.
For a small Mom and Pop news website like mine, this is an extremely devastating situation. It is my hope that I will be able to recoup the two years of data (articles,photos and other info connected to the news website).
Despite the setbacks, Tubman City News will relaunch soon. Please continue to lift this situation in prayer.
I have reached out to several different experts to see if they can assist me with the following:
(1) obtaining access to my content that was saved on the Techcruiser server; that was shut down by the bulletlink court order; and
(2) finding a dependable news paper content management software system company that is affordable, reliable and user friendly.
If you know anyone or companies who could assist me with this matter, please have them contact me (Lynn Pinder) at 800-929-1418. Thanks in advance for your continued support.
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