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New York's "Hometown Newspaper" Dries Out From Sandy

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New York's hometown paper enjoyed an official homecoming Friday.

Displaced after Hurricane Sandy, the Daily News has now returned to its permanent offices near Battery Park.

Four New York Plaza had been severely flooded during the storm.

Pushed out by the damage, the paper first set up shop in it's Jersey City plant and then a temporary location in Midtown.

"I think everybody's pretty happy to be now back. We really like this space. It's a great working space. We designed it to be very open, very collaborative and we're back here in that environment and I think everyone seems very thrilled. Just walking around the floor today - the editorial staff just came in - lot of smiles on everyone's face and they're happy to be back," said Daily News President and CEO Bill Holiber.

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