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The Washington City Paper is a U.S. alternative weekly newspaper serving the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
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. Source
News, opinion, sports, business, entertainment and more.
Since the first edition of the Statesman Journal's predecessors rolled off the press more than 150 years ago, our mission has remained the same: to be the mid-Willamette Valley's primary source for local news and advertising information.
The Statesman Journal is the largest news-gathering organization in the mid-Willamette Valley, focused solely on keeping readers informed about the events and people in their communities. Plus, our local news Web site keeps you informed on breaking news as it happens, 24 hours a day.
News, Sports, Entertainment, Photos, Opinion, Blogs, Living and more.
Hampton Road's source for news, events, today's photo, funny video, contests, and daily quotes.
The New York Times is an American daily newspaper founded in 1851 and published in New York City. The largest metropolitan newspaper in the United States, "The Gray Lady"—named for its staid appearance and style—is regarded as a national newspaper of record.
The Times is owned by The New York Times Company, which publishes 18 other newspapers, including the International Herald Tribune and The Boston Globe. The company's chairman is Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., whose family has controlled the paper since 1896.
The New York Times motto, as printed in the upper left-hand corner of the front page, is "All the News That's Fit to Print." It is organized into sections: News, Opinions, Business, Arts, Science, Sports, Style and Features. The Times stayed with the eight-column format for several years after most papers switched to six columns, and it was one of the last newspapers to adopt color photography. The Times has won the most Pulitzer Prizes (98) of any paper. Its website is one of the most popular, receiving over 14 million unique visitors in August 2008. Source
"The Conservative Voice of Today's University Campus"
Bulletin Board, Jobs, Movies, Obituaries, Special Editions, Books, Sports and more.
News, Health & Fitness, Politics & Government, Sports, Money, Real Estate, Small Business, Entertainment and more.
As the state's largest newspaper, The Arizona Republic offers its readers a strong focus on local news, along with national and international news. Debuting May 19, 1890, as The Arizona Republican, the newspaper was created as a sounding board to challenge the biased political beliefs of the established Arizona newspapers.
A daily newspaper published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. In 2008, it was the second-largest metropolitan newspaper in circulation in the United States and the fourth most widely distributed newspaper in the country. Source: en.wikipedia.org
Sports, Spurs, Business, Life and more.
"We publish every weekday except five holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, the Friday after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day"
"nola.com is pleased to announce a brand new look and design for our home page. We've been listening to your feedback for some time now and have created a new home page that is designed to make it easier for you to discover all the great content our Web site offers, and continue to easily find the content you've come to depend on from NOLA.com."
News, Police, Sports, Classifieds, Community, Local Jobs and more.
What began as a two-page church bulletin by co-founders George P. Stewart and Will Porter, The Indianapolis Recorder now hails as one of the top African-American publications in the nation. In 1897, the co-founders of the newspaper decided to expand their already successful newssheet into a weekly newspaper. The earliest existing issues of the Recorder date to 1899 — the year Porter sold his share of the newspaper to Stewart.
Realizing the importance of local news, Stewart captured that market, outdistancing his local competitors, the publishers of the Freeman and the Colored World. With its emphasis on local news, the Recorder set itself apart from other Black newspapers. It had an immediate and an enduring impact on the Indianapolis community.
Politics, sports, business, entertainment, lifestyle, travel and more.
News, sports, life, opinion and more.
The Post-Tribune had its beginnings in 1907, when The Gary Weekly was established to serve the brand-new steel industry rising on the shores of Lake Michigan.
News, community, business, local forecast and more.
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Campus, community, national, world.
The Sioux Falls Argus and Sioux Falls Leader were born in the boom days of the 1880s, when Sioux Falls was young and saloons outnumbered churches 32 to 14, and the city's 20 gambling establishments served 10,000 citizens. These were the years when a newspaper was a civic booster, and had no trouble labeling those who disagreed kickers and croakers.
News, Money, Sports, Living, Marketplace and more.
News, Sports, Entertainment, Classified, Jobs, Cars, Homes and more.
The Foundation exists because the late founder of The Capital Times, William T. Evjue, directed in his will that the success of the newspaper he founded be shared with the community that has supported and continues to support the newspaper that was his life.
The roots of the Idaho Press-Tribune go back to December 1883 in Caldwell - with the first paper coming off the press just months after Caldwell was established as a city. Nampa city was established in 1885. The newspapers and their competitors underwent several name changes in both towns. Ownership changed often, too.
The early versions of the papers were often informational instruments for political parties and movements. And for you trivia buffs, Idaho Gov. Frank Steunenberg, who was murdered at his home, was one of the first editors and publishers of the Caldwell Tribune.
News, sports, entertainment, business and more.
Kansas.com is the Web site of The Wichita Eagle, the largest newspaper in Kansas, serving Wichita, the largest city in Kansas, and the surrounding area.
Today, Kansas.com reaches, on average, about 800,000 unique visitors who view more than 9 million pages on the site each month. That makes it the leading local information Web site in Kansas, and the preferred medium for businesses trying to reach local consumers online. Combined, The Wichita Eagle and Kansas.com reach eight out of 10 Wichita-area adults every week.