The Press & Sun-Bulletin is about to make some changes to enhance the newspaper's print edition.

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Executive editor Neill Borowski says additional features will debut starting Sunday, including the inclusion of additional pages from Gannett's USA Today paper.

Speaking on WNBF Radio's Binghamton Now program, Borowski said the Press & Sun-Bulletin will be adding about 70 pages a week.

Most papers across the United States, including the local publication, have reduced pages and space devoted to news in cost-cutting efforts in recent years.

Borowski said readers can expect to see additional local columns, local reporting and local editorials in the paper in the future.

Some familiar names, including Tom Wilber and George Basler, also will be appearing again in the paper as they contribute occasional news reporting and columns.

Broome County historian Gerald Smith also will be writing a local history column.

With the upcoming changes, readers should be prepared to look for some regular newspaper features in different places.

Borowski said there will be "navigational tools" on the front page of the paper Sunday to help guide readers to the new locations of certain popular features.