The supermarket tabloid that has called Florida home for more than four decades is packing its bags.

The supermarket tabloid that has called Florida home for more than four decades is packing its bags.

The Boca Raton-based National Enquirer is shifting its headquarters to New York next month under a new editor. He’s been given a mandate to broaden the tabloid’s audience and give it some Internet-age flourish.

The Enquirer is returning to its roots. It began as The New York Enquirer in 1926, but first moved to Florida in 1971.

It’s spent all but a few years since in Boca Raton.

The paper’s owner, American Media Inc., wouldn’t provide a precise count of jobs affected by the move.