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Home News Tribune

The Central New Jersey Home News Tribune is a Daily newspaper serving Middlesex County, New Jersey. The paper has an average daily weekday circulation of about 49.000. The newspaper is the result of the 1995 merger of The Home News of East Brunsw ...


Kirksville Daily Express

The Kirksville Daily Express is a daily newspaper published Monday through Friday mornings and Saturday mornings. It serves the Kirksville and Adair County, Missouri area including the communities of Brashear and Novinger. It is owned by Gannett.


The Leaf-Chronicle

The Leaf-Chronicle is a newspaper in the state of Tennessee, founded, officially, in 1808. First appearing as a weekly newspaper under various names as early as 1808 and eventually as the Clarksville Chronicle, the current name is the result of a ...


Naples Daily News

The Naples Daily News is the main daily newspaper of Naples, Florida, and Collier County. It is owned by Gannett and has a circulation of more than 40.000. It was previously owned by Milwaukee-based Journal Media Group, which was formed by a news ...



The Palladium-Item is the daily morning newspaper for Richmond, Indiana, and surrounding areas. The paper is a merger of two older papers, the Richmond Palladium and the Richmond Item, and traces its history back to 1831, making it the oldest con ...


The Register-Mail

The Register-Mail is an American daily newspaper published in Galesburg, Illinois. The paper was owned by the Pritchard family from 1896 to 1989, when it was sold to the Journal Star. In 1996, Copley Press bought both papers for 4.5 million. In 2 ...


Salem Gazette

The Salem Gazette is a newspaper that has been published since Jan. 5, 1790 through today. It serves the Salem, Massachusetts area. The Salem Gazette used to be known as the Salem Mercury, and briefly The American Eagle. The first issue of the Sa ...


Siskiyou Daily News

The Siskiyou Daily News is a daily newspaper serving Yreka, California, United States. It is owned by Gannett. Former owner GateHouse Media acquired the paper from Hollinger in 1997.



The Star-Gazette was the first newspaper of the now massive Gannett conglomerate. It was founded as the weekly Elmira Gazette in 1828 and became an evening daily in 1856. Frank Gannett bought a half-interest in the newspaper in 1906 to begin what ...


The Times Herald

The Times Herald is a daily newspaper in Port Huron, Michigan. The newspaper, owned by Gannett, is the only daily paper serving St. Clair County, Michigan as well as parts of Sanilac and Lapeer counties. The Times Heralds history can be dated bac ...


Times Herald-Record

The Times Herald-Record, often referred to as The Record or Middletown Record in its coverage area, is a daily newspaper published in Middletown, New York, covering the northwest suburbs of New York City. It covers Orange, Sullivan and Ulster cou ...


Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune

The Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune traces its history to a Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin newspaper started in the early 1900s by William F. Huffman, Sr. The newspaper today is a daily broadsheet with a circulation of 7.888 serving mainly Wood Count ...


York Daily Record

The York Daily Record is a news organization that produces multi-platform news products and serves York, Pennsylvania and the surrounding region. The print version of its publications are the York Daily Record and York Sunday News. The newspapers ...


Ahmedabad Times


Pune Times





CJVN 92.7 FM is a low-powered French-language radio station, which broadcasts a Christian radio format on the frequency of 92.7 MHz in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The station is owned by Fiston Kalambay on behalf of a not for-profit corporation to b ...


German-language newspapers published in South America


British technology journalists


I (newspaper) Journalists


Deniliquin Pastoral Times

The Deniliquin Pastoral Times, previously published as the Pastoral Times and the Pastoral Times and Deniliquin Telegraph, is an English language newspaper published in Deniliquin, New South Wales, Australia.


Defunct newspapers of Sydney


Bayside Bulletin

The first issue was published on 28 August 1984, after which it was published weekly on Tuesday until the final issue on 24 June 2014. It was published by Redland Publishers. On 2 July 2014, it merged with the Redland Times to form the Redland Ci ...


Murgon Advertiser

In November 1947, Brian Keighley Gerardy also known as Brian Keighley-Gerardy purchased the printing plant of the Northern Boomerang in Mossman to relocate to Murgon to establish the Murgon Advertiser. The newspaper was published from 1947 to 1949.


Queensland Guardian

The Queensland Guardian was published weekly from December 1860, then two issues per week from January 1861 to March 1863, then three issues per week from March 1863. At some point, it became a daily newspaper apart from Sundays and was called th ...


The North Australian (Queensland)


Townsville Herald

The Townsville Herald was a newspaper published in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. It was also known as North Queensland Herald, Cleveland Bay Express and Northern Advertiser, and Townsville Times and North Queensland Advertiser.


Burra Broadcaster

The Burra Broadcaster represents two iterations of a newspaper published in the town of Burra, South Australia, covering news and community events taking place in the Regional Council of Goyder area. Originally a print newspaper, it was revived a ...


Gilbert Valley News


Junction and Gilbert Valley News


Junction News


Junction News and Owen Post


Mid North Broadcaster


Mid–North Courier


Northern Territory Times And Gazette


Petersburg Times


Port Pirie Advocate


The North Australian (Northern Territory)


The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette


The Port Pirie Advertiser


Wallaroo Wheatsheaf


Defunct newspapers of Adelaide


Northern Territory Times and Gazette


The Darwin Sun


Gnowangerup Times

The Gnowangerup Times was an English language newspaper published between 1912 and 1918 in Katanning, Western Australia by the Great Southern Herald publishers, for the community in Gnowangerup.


Defunct newspapers of Perth, Western Australia


La Democracia (newspaper)

La Democracia, founded on 1 July 1890, was a news daily published by Luis Muñoz Rivera in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It crusaded for Puerto Rican self-government. At a publication length of 58 years, it was the longest continuously-running Puerto Rican ...


El Ponceño

El Ponceño, founded in 1852, was the first newspaper published in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The paper was originally named "El Observador Ponceño" but it was shortened to "El Ponceño".


Weekly Arizonian

The Weekly Arizonian was a newspaper published in Arizona Territory with a checkered existence from 1859 to 1871. It holds a special place in Arizona history as its first printed work, first newspaper and first political organ.


Alameda Times-Star

The Alameda Times-Star was a newspaper in the city of Alameda, California. It was last owned by Bay Area News Group-East Bay, a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, who bought the paper in 1986. The newspaper was scheduled to close down, with the last ...

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