Several important incidents that might fit into the newspaper are as follows:
Hermia, daughter of the prominent Athenian citizen Egeus, has disappeared after a public disagreement with her father over the man she will marry. Several sources indicate she has run away with Lysander, the lover forbidden to her by both her father and Theseus.
Athenian citizen Demetrius, favored as Hermia's husband by her father Egeus, also has disappeared. Sources report he is searching for Hermia and being stalked by Helena.
Oberon, king of the fairies, feuds with his wife, Titania, over the fate of an Indian boy, disrupting human weather patterns.
Itinerant actor Bottom has suffered a mysterious accident that has given him an ass's head—and this seems to be the ultimate turn-on to love for Titania, the queen of the fairies.
Theseus, duke of Athens, weds Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons. She was captured as an unwilling bride, but Hippolyta has come around and participated without protest in what many are billing as a wedding to remember.