As a member of The Fayetteville Observer’s public life team, Paige covers healthcare and community issues in the city of Fayetteville and Cumberland County.
Previously, Paige worked for The Anniston Star in Anniston, Alabama. While there, she covered local government and community life in the cities of Anniston and Jacksonville and higher education issues relating to Jacksonville State University.
Paige got her start as a reporter covering the town and village of Mamaroneck for The Sound & Town Report. She also served as webmaster for the newspaper’s parent company, Home Town Media Group in Port Chester, New York. Before becoming a reporter, Paige worked as an assistant web editor for MSG.com.
As a student at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, Paige focused on feature writing, news editing, photojournalism and education reporting. She covered educational neglect and LGBT student issues in the New York City school system while embedded at Urban Academy, a transfer high school in the Julia Richman Educational Complex.
Paige graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a concentration in literature and writing, where she served as an editor for the student newspaper, The Phoenix. A native of Sneads, Florida, Paige has also worked as an editor for The Jackson County Times in Marianna, Florida.