Northeast USA Newspapers
News, Sports, Business, Blogs, Homes, Cars, Jobs and more.
The nation's oldest college daily first began publishing on the Web in February 1995. Since then, yaledailynews.com has undergone numerous changes, with a complete site overhaul taking place almost every year. While the constant change going on at yaledailynews.com can be a source of frustration for editors, managers and programmers alike, that's part of what makes it fun.
Micromedia Publications, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Stewart Swann and Robyn Weber for the purpose of publishing high quality local weekly newspaper within New Jersey. Following the successful launch of The Manchester Times in April of that year, the company has since introduced The Berkeley Times (1996), The Jackson Times (2000), The Brick Times (2002), The Howell Times (2004) and The Toms River Times (2005). These publications have not only been vital sources of information for our readers, but have proven to be an indispensable means of dialogue through our Editorial and Letters To The Editor features.
Automotive, Employment, Classifieds, Real Estate, Health & Fitness and more.
Irish news is the meat and potatoes of IrishCentral.com. News from Ireland and from all the homes of the global Irish in the United States and around the Irish world.
News, weather, sports, business, entertainment, travel and more.
ia Abroad is a weekly newspaper published from New York City, which focuses on Indian news meant for an Indian American, Indian diaspora and expatriate audience. The publication is known for its annual award ceremony for the "India Abroad Person of the Year." <br> India Abroad was founded by Indian American publisher Gopal Raju in 1970.  India Abroad calls itself "the oldest Indian newspaper published in North America." Under Raju's guidance, India Abroad quickly gained a reputation as one of the most credible, well researched voices for the Indian American community. The Economist, a British weekly international affairs magazine, once referred to India Abroad as a daily publication of “unusually high quality”. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Courier News serves Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon and Union counties in Central New Jersey. The newspaper posts much, but not all, of its staff-written print content online daily at www.MyCentralJersey.com. The Courier News is owned by Gannett, and is a sister newspaper of USA Today.
Hampton Road's source for news, events, today's photo, funny video, contests, and daily quotes.
People, Reviews, School news, Classifieds and more.
News, business, entertainment, sports and more.
Centraljersey.com is the new media division of THE PRINCETON PACKET, INC., which includes a group of 11 community newspapers, based in Princeton, N.J., serving Central New Jersey. Centraljersey.com (formelly called packetonline.com) was founded in 1995 and was launched on March 12, 1996. Packet Publications serve more than 40 municipalities in New Jersey counties - Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon, Monmouth, Burlington and Ocean County.
The Daily News of New York City is the fifth most-widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States with a daily circulation of 703,137, as of March 30, 2008. The first U.S. daily printed in tabloid form, it was founded in 1919, and as of 2007 is owned and run by Mortimer Zuckerman. It has won ten Pulitzer Prizes.<br> The News carried the slogan "New York's Picture Newspaper" from 1920 to 1991, for its emphasis on photographs, and a camera has been part of the newspaper's logo from day one. The paper's later slogan, developed from a 1985 ad campaign, is "New York's Hometown Newspaper", while another has been "The Eyes, the Ears, the Honest Voice of New York"). The Daily News continues to include large and prominent photographs, for news, entertainment and sports, as well as intense city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics, a sports section, and an opinion section. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
The Jewish Post is an independent newspaper reporting on news of Jewish Interest in the United States, Israel, and throughout the world. While our print edition is limited to the New York metropolitan market we have visitors to our website from throughout North America, Europe, and the rest of the world. <br> The Jewish Post was established in 1933 in Indianapolis and grew to five editions throughout the United States. In 1974 the New York edition became a separate publication which has evolved into the current Jewish Post.
A weekly newspaper serving Cape May, West Cape May, Cape May Point and Lower Township, New Jersey.
Barron’s is an American financial magazine known for its market-moving stories. With new content available every week in print and every business day online, Barron’s provides readers with a comprehensive review of the market’s recent activity coupled with in-depth, sophisticated reports on what’s likely to happen in the market in the days and weeks to come. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
The Haitian Times is a weekly newspaper for Haitians living in the wider area of New York City, New York, United States. The newspaper is printed in English, as opposed to French or Haitian Creole, and is based in Brooklyn. According to the website of the newspaper, the total weekly circulation is 30,000, Brooklyn circulation is 18,000, Queens, New York City circulation is 6,000, Long Island circulation is 4,000, New Jersey circulation is 1,000, and circulation beoynd greater metropolitan New York City is 1,000. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
General, Dining & Entertainment, Real Estate and Health
The Forward is a Jewish-American weekly newspaper published in New York City. <br> As of 2008, the Forward is published as a weekly news magazine in separate Yiddish and English editions. Each is effectively an independent publication with its own contents. Jane Eisner became Editor in June, 2008. The Editorial Director is J.J. Goldberg, who has served in that role since 2000. The paper maintains a left of center editorial stance. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Crain Communications Inc is a major publishing conglomerate based in Detroit, Michigan. The company publishes a variety of trade newspapers, including some city-based business newspapers, such as Crain's Cleveland Business, Crain's Chicago Business, Crain's Detroit Business, and Crain's New York Business, and Crain's Manchester Business. These weeklies follow the same formula, including finance, manufacturing, health care, real estate, technology, and government sections, as well as an "in-depth" section. In addition to newspaper production, the editors maintain Internet versions of these papers and offer e-mail news briefs free of charge. <br> Crain also produces a number of major industry/trade periodicals, including Advertising Age, TelevisionWeek, BtoB, Creativity, Automobilwoche (in German), Automotive News, Automotive News Europe, AutoWeek, American Coin-Op, American Drycleaner, American Laundry News, Business Insurance, Business Insurance Europe, European Rubber Journal, Financial Week, Investment News, Modern Healthcare, Pensions & Investments, Plastics News, RCR Wireless News, Rubber & Plastics News, Tire Business, Urethanes Technology, Waste News, and Workforce Management. All have web sites as well. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
A $10 Investment 95 years ago turned the Amsterdam News into one of New York's largest and most influential Black-owned and operated business institutions.<br> On December 4, 1909, the late James H. Anderson put out the first issue of the Amsterdam News. He had $10 in his pocket, six sheets of paper, a lead pencil and a dressmaker's table.<br> The newspaper was one of only 50 Black papers in the United States at that time, and it was sold for 2 cents a copy from Anderson's home at 132 W. 65th St., in the San Juan Hill section of Manhattan. With the spread of Blacks to Harlem and the growing success of the paper, Anderson moved the Amsterdam News uptown to 17 W. 135th St. in 1910. In 1916, it moved to 2293 Seventh Ave., and in 1938, it moved again, to 2271 Seventh Ave. In the early 1940s, the paper relocated to its present address at 2340 Eighth Ave.
News, Sports, Business, Entertainment, Living, Opinion, Blogs and more.
West Virginia News and Sports
From the bustling commerce of downtown, to the tree-lined parks of our neighborhoods, to the sprawling beauty of our suburbs, nobody covers life in the Pittsburgh region like the Post-Gazette. <br> For over 200 years, we've been providing the people of Pittsburgh with breaking local news, sports, insightful editorials, national and global coverage, classifieds and countless helpful hints. Today, more people read the Post-Gazette than any other newspaper in Western Pennsylvania.
Local newspaper for Bridgeton, Millville, Vineland, & more
The award-winning Jewish Community Voice is the newspaper of record for Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties in Southern New Jersey. Since its first issue on Sept. 19, 1941, the Voice has featured the best in local, national, and international news coverage. Today, Jewish Federation Publications (JFP) produces the Voice, a biweekly paper; Attitudes, a lifestyle magazine published twice a year; and Connect, an annual guide to the Jewish Federation agencies, synagogues and organizations serving the Jewish community
News, Columnists, Health & Fitness, Weather, Sports, Money, Entertainment and more.
Beacon Hill is a 19th-century downtown Boston residential neighborhood situated directly north of the Boston Common and the Boston Public Garden. Most people think of city living as anonymous and isolating. But this cozy enclave, filled with nearly 10,000 people, is more like a village than an anonymous city. It has a rich community life, with neighbors knowing neighbors and everyone meeting on the Hill's commercial streets and at its myriad activities.
Established in 1875, the Post moved to Camden in 1879. It merged with The Telegram in 1899 to become The Post & Telegram. In 1926, The Post & Telegram and the Camden Courier consolidated. The Courier-Post joined the Gannett family in 1959.
PilotOnline.com and HamptonRoads.com are Web sites produced by The Virginian-Pilot, which is owned by Landmark Media Enterprises L.L.C., based in Norfolk, Va. The Web sites serve the greater Hampton Roads metro area, stretching from Williamsburg to the north, Virginia Beach to the east, and the Outer Banks of North Carolina to the south.
Town, sports, lifestyle, opinion and more.
The print edition of The Common Denominator is available on microfilm in the Washingtoniana Collection of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library and in the library of The Historical Society of the District of Columbia.
The Boston Globe (and Boston Sunday Globe) is an American daily newspaper based in Boston, Massachusetts. The Globe has been owned by The New York Times Company since 1993. Its chief print rival is the Boston Herald. The Globe has the eighteenth largest average Monday-Saturday U.S. newspaper circulation and has won eighteen Pulitzer Prizes. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Editorial, Classifieds, Obituaries, Sports and more.
"The Campus Times is the student newspaper of the University of Rochester. The CT is printed weekly on Thursdays throughout the academic year, except around and during University holidays. The Campus Times Online is published on the World Wide Web at www.campustimes.org and is updated Thursdays following publication. <br> We have a weekly circulation of 4,500 print copies and over 8,000 e-mail subscribers. Copies of the Campus Times are available at locations around the River Campus, Strong Memorial Hospital, UR Medical Center, Eastman School of Music and at the Memorial Art Gallery. <br> The CT contains sections covering University news and sports, as well as features, opinions and arts and entertainment sections."
The Washington Post is Washington, D.C.'s largest newspaper and its oldest, founded in 1877. Located in the capital of the United States, The Post has a particular emphasis on national politics. D.C., Maryland, and Virginia editions are printed for daily circulation.<br> The newspaper is written as a broadsheet, with photographs printed both in color and black and white. Weekday printings include the main section, containing the first page, national, international news, business, politics, and editorials and opinions, followed by the sections on local news (Metro), sports, style (feature writing on pop culture, politics, fine and performing arts, film, fashion, and gossip), and classifieds. < a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Local News, Sports, Community, Opinion, Religion and more.
Daily – 373,300 (34.0% of Richmond / Petersburg Designated Market Area adults). Sunday – 498,100 (43.3% of Richmond / Petersburg Designated Market Area adults) Source: Scarborough Research, Richmond Market Survey, Rel. 2 2009
The Washington City Paper is a U.S. alternative weekly newspaper serving the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.<br> Founded in 1981, and published for its first year under the masthead 1981, taking the City Paper name in volume 2, by Russ Smith, it shared ownership with the Chicago Reader from 1982 until July 2007, when both papers were sold to the Tampa-based Creative Loafing chain. The former Chicago Reader Corp., now named Quarterfold, still owns the buildings that house the papers and minority stakes in other alternative newsweeklies. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Events, Obituaries, Sports, Milestones, Photo Gallery, Junior Journalist Contest and more.
The largest circulation Irish American weekly newspaper, with a 50-state subscription base. Founded in 1928, the national tabloid is on newsstands in major American cities every Wednesday.
News, Weather, Sports, Business, Opinion, Blogs and more.
Covering Delaware's Cape Region - Inland Bays, Atlantic Ocean, Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Milton, Dewey Beach, USA.
Front Page News, Sports and more.
Headlines, Letters, Editorial, Calendar, Arts, Columns, Sports and more.
Dedicated to giving the Baltimore metropolitan area an alternative source of news and opinions on local politics, communities, culture, and the arts. More than 300,000 readers turn to us every week for Baltimore's most comprehensive calendar of events; coverage of the latest in movies, music, visual arts, and the printed word; provocative voices on topics ranging from sports to sex to cyberspace to City Hall; and stories they won't find anywhere else.
The paper of record for the Temple University community since it first printed as Temple University Weekly on Sept. 19, 1921. The award-winning student publication, editorially independent of Temple, now publishes every Tuesday. The Temple News distributes 8,000 printed copies, free of charge, to the university’s five primary locations in the Delaware Valley, including Main Campus, Center City, Health Sciences, Ambler, and the Tyler School of Art.
"Independent’s mission is to support every American’s First Amendment rights --- and to encourage and assist citizens in exercising those rights responsibly. <br> We have pursued this mission by publishing newspapers since the 1950s, by providing printing services to other publishers since the 1970s, and by creating citizen-driven community websites at newszap.com for the 21st Century and beyond."
The history of The News Journal reflects the changes in lifestyles and newspaper readership since the late 19th Century. In the late 1800s, four afternoon newspapers competed for readers in northern Delaware. Eventually, only one of those afternoon newspapers survived the newspaper wars and thrived until the latter part of the 20th century. By the end of the 20th century, the last evening newspaper (Evening Journal) disappeared and was replaced by a morning newspaper (The News Journal).
Event Listings, Community News, Police Blotter, Arts, Library, Seniors, County News
News, Sports, Entertainment, Photos, Opinion, Blogs, Living and more.
A family-owned newspaper now in its fourth generation of ownership, the Bangor Daily News has been Maine's newspaper of record for well over one hundred years. Established in 1889 by the great grandfather of the current publisher, Richard J. Warren, the company continues to serve its readers and its advertisers with products that are relevant to the times. Carolyn J. Mowers, sister of the publisher, serves as Chairman of the Board.
R.I. News, Sports, Lifebeat, Business, Opinion, Calendar and more.
"Serving the Community Since 1993".
Business, Connecticut, Investing, Nation & World, Politics, Sports , Technology and more.