Globe to print, deliver Herald

Cost-saving move lets tabloid cut 53 jobs

The Boston Globe will print and deliver the Boston Herald, starting this month, as the tabloid seeks to cut costs and prepares to move from its headquarters in the South End, the two newspapers said.

Under terms of the deal, the Herald will pay the Globe an undisclosed sum to print and distribute its editions in the Boston area, enabling the Herald to eliminate the jobs of 53 truck drivers and other delivery personnel through layoffs and buyouts.

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