Daniel J. Gross is an award-winning Crime Reporter for the Herald-Journal in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Previously, Daniel worked as a cops reporter for The Frederick News-Post in Frederick, Maryland. He also spent two years covering crime and courts in the Washington, D.C. metro region for The Gazette, a weekly newspaper in Maryland owned by The Washington Post Company. He was also a frequent contributor to The Washington Post‘s Local Living and Metro sections during that time.
Other previous employers include The Advocate of Carroll County— a Carroll County Times sister paper — and The Towerlight, an independent twice-weekly newspaper at Towson University where he served as the editor-in-chief. He also held internships at WBAL Radio, The Baltimore Sun’s B free daily and the Southern Maryland Newspapers twice-weekly The Enterprise.
Daniel is accustomed to firm deadlines, breaking news, enterprise reporting, database projects, long-form journalism, in-depth stories, photography and using social media and multimedia to tell a story.
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