Grant Ritchey

Grant Ritchey covers education and the growing workforce for Knox Pages, a digital news organization serving residents of Knox County, in central Ohio. Prior to joining Knox Pages, Ritchey was a general assignment reporter for the Ashland Times-Gazette based in Ashland, Ohio, for which he reported and wrote features on sex trafficking, catalytic converter thefts, county and local government, crime, courts, new businesses, and on important and overlooked members of the community. While enrolled at Ohio University, Ritchey worked at the student-run news publication, The Post. There, he gained experience in meeting coverage, breaking news, investigative reporting, and feature writing. Ritchey interned at The Borgen Project, a nonprofit that addresses global poverty, where he wrote reports on internet access, clean drinking water and the steps being taken toward solving those issues.

Knox Pages

Knox Pages is a digital news organization serving residents of Knox County, in central Ohio. We tell the entire community's story with a particular focus on the practice of solutions journalism and deep reader engagement. We're small, entrepreneurial, and operate as a team. Our parent company, Richland Source, is a nationally-recognized, award-winning site we collaborate with daily. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, Solutions Journalism Network, Columbia Journalism Review and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, among others.

Richland Source

Richland Source is a free, digital news site that covers Richland, Ashland County and Knox counties in north central Ohio. Its focus is solutions journalism and journalistic responses to questions posed by readers.