in reply to Scrapping web site - printing - save to file
Use a modern web framework such as Mojolicious or Dancer. Use a database such as SQLite to save the press releases so that your user doesn't experience the Schlemiel the Painter effect if they want to get to the last press release in the ever-growing file. Manage your DB connection with Mojolicious::Plugin::Database. Use Mojolicious::Plugin::Authentication along with a trusted CPAN digest module to deal with authenticating your administrative user (I use Class::User::DBI, but I'm highly biased, and it may be bigger than you need. Minimally, Authen::Passphrase is a nice starting point).
The whole thing would probably fit nicely into a Mojolicious::Lite style framework, but if it does grow to the point that you need a little stronger separation of concerns you can easily inflate a Mojolicious::Lite application into a full app where you separate the templates into their own files, the controllers into their own classes, and the router as the bulk of the application class: Mojolicious::Guides::Growing.
Update: I failed to mention earlier... If your application needs to do some scraping as well (did you mean scraping instead of scrapping?), then Mojolicious really is a good choice as a web framework, because it comes bundled with Mojo::UserAgent: A "Non-blocking I/O HTTP and WebSocket user agent", as well as Mojo::DOM, a "Minimalistic HTML5/XML DOM parser with CSS3 selectors", and Mojo::JSON, a "Minimalistic JSON" parser and generator. ...many of the important tools used in effective scraping.