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Pennsylvania Newspapers

Allentown Morning Call

The Morning Call is a daily newspaper in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The newspaper is owned and operated by the Tribune Company, whose other publications consist of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and Baltimore Sun. The Morning Call traces its beginnings to 1883, when Samuel S. Woolever began The Critic, a Saturday evening weekly. The Morning Call distributes to a nine-county region of eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey and is the biggest circulation newspaper of the Lehigh Valley, the third most populated region of Pennsylvania. It once rated among the nation's top 100 largest-circulation newspapers, with circulation of 109,000 daily readers and 148,000 Sunday readers. The publisher of the Morning Call is Timothy R. Kennedy and the editor is David Erdman. Headquarters are located at 101 North 6th Street Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Bucks County Courier Times

In 1954, Calkins Newspapers Inc. purchased the Bristol Courier, which later merged with the Levittown Times. The Bucks County Courier Times was born. The newspaper, which publishes six days a week, now covers all of Lower Bucks County, including the towns of Bristol, Yardley, Langhorne, Newtown, Penndel, Morrisville, Bensalem and Levittown. It also reports on news and sporting events that take place in the Council Rock, Neshaminy, Centennial, Pennsbury school districts and others. Its pages feature stories, photographs and editorials about everything from municipal and community news and crime and court reports to politics, business, human interest, sports and entertainment pieces. The newspaper’s office is located at 8400 N. Bristol Pike in Levittown.

Centre Daily Times

The Centre Daily Times is a daily newspaper located in State College, Pennsylvania in the United States. It is the hometown newspaper for State College and the Pennsylvania State University, one of the best-known and largest universities in the country, with more than 45,000 students attending the main campus.

Doylestown Intelligencer

In 1954, Calkins Newspapers Inc. purchased the Doylestown Intelligencer, which can trace its roots back to a weekly that began publishing in 1804, from Senator Joseph Grundy. Calkins ran The Daily Intelligencer as an afternoon newspaper until the 1970s. It also published a sister paper The Montgomery County Record (later The Record) in the 1980s and 1990s. Today The Intelligencer, which publishes six days a week, covers Central Bucks County, Upper Bucks County and Eastern Montgomery County. Its Bucks County towns include Doylestown, New Hope, Warminster, New Britain, Perkasie, Quakertown, Sellersville and Dublin and Central Bucks, Pennridge and Palisades school districts and others. In Montgomery County, the paper’s towns include Willow Grove, Montgomeryville, Hatboro, Horsham and Upper Moreland. Its pages feature stories, photographs and editorials about everything from municipal and community news and crime and court reports to politics, business, human interest, sports and entertainment pieces. The newspaper’s main office is located at 333 N. Broad St. in Doylestown.

Easton Express-Times

With an emphasis on local news, the Express-Times is a prominent daily newspaper published in Easton, Pennsylvania. Thomson Newspapers bought The Express of Easton in 1983.The paper took on its current name when the Globe-Times of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania merged with The Express in 1991. MediaNews Group bought The Express-Times from Thomson in 1994. Current owner Advance Publications bought MediaNews' New Jersey and Pennsylvania newspapers in 2000. The Express-Times publishes three zoned editions and delivers to Lehigh and Northampton counties in Pennsylvania, Warren and Hunterdon counties in New Jersey. The Express-Times has four editorial sections: Front, which focuses on local, national, and world news, Valley, which focuses on local news and obituaries, Sports, local and national, and Today, which spotlights local and national arts and entertainment. They also have editorials, classifieds, comics, horoscopes, and puzzles each day.

Erie Times-News

The Erie Times-News is a daily morning newspaper in Erie, Pennsylvania. It has a daily circulation of about 50,000 and a Sunday circulation of about 70,000. The newspaper focuses primarily on Erie County, but also has readers in Crawford County to the south and even New York and Ohio, the states that border Erie County on the east and west respectively.

Fox Chapel Herald

The Herald is a weekly publication that provides local Pennysaver classifieds, as well as community news and events to the Aspinwall and Fox Chapel area. This weekly publication is delivered every Thursday.

Harrisburg Patriot News

The Patriot-News is the largest daily newspaper serving the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania metropolitan area. The official birth of The Patriot-News is celebrated as March 4, 1854, but its history goes back to December 1820, involving a weekly newspaper named The Pennsylvania Intelligencer. Fitting for a state capital, The Patriot-News was born out of a political fight more than 150 years ago. In 2005, the newspaper was ranked in the top 100 in daily newspapers in the United States. It has been owned by Advance Publications since 1947. On August 28, 2012, the paper's publisher announced that it would shift to a three-day publication schedule beginning in 2013. The Patriot-News circulates over 492,000 readers weekly in print and on Pennlive. The Patriot-News is edited by Cate Barron and published by John A. Kirkpatrick. Its headquarters are located in Mechanicsburg, PA.

Lebanon Daily News

Lebanon Daily News is a local daily newspaper based in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. The main office is located on 718 Poplar Street. It publishes as an afternoon paper Monday through Friday and as a morning paper on Saturday and Sunday. The content of Lebanon Daily News is essentially split up into seven different subjects: news, opinion, sports, business, lifestyles, obituaries, and entertainment. Oftentimes the stories are centered around notable people within the community of Lebanon.

Philadelphia Daily News

The Philadelphia Daily News is a tabloid newspaper that serves Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The newspaper is owned by Philadelphia Media Network which also owns Philadelphia's other major newspaper The Philadelphia Inquirer. The Daily News began publishing on March 31, 1925, under founding editor Lee Ellmaker. By 1930 the newspaper's circulation exceeded 200,000, but by the 1950s the newspaper was losing money. In 1954 the newspaper was sold to Matthew McCloskey and then sold again in 1957 to publisher Walter Annenberg. In 1969 Annenberg sold the Daily News to Knight Ridder. In 2006 Knight Ridder sold the paper to a group of local investors. The Daily News has won the Pulitzer Prize three times. It is currently published as an edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer is a morning daily newspaper that serves the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, metropolitan area of the United States. The newspaper was founded by John R. Walker and John Norvell in June 1829 as The Pennsylvania Inquirer and is the third-oldest surviving daily newspaper in the United States. Owned by the local group Philadelphia Media Holdings LLC, The Inquirer has the nineteenth largest average weekday U.S. newspaper circulation and has won eighteen Pulitzer Prizes

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is the largest daily newspaper serving metropolitan Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The paper began publication on July 29, 1786, with the encouragement of Hugh as a four-page weekly, initially called The Gazette. It was the first newspaper published west of the Allegheny Mountains. For over 200 years, the Post-Gazette has 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. The Post-Gazette won Pulitzers in 1938, 1986, 1987 and 1998. It is generally accepted that the paper would have won a Pulitzer in 1964 but chose not to run the iconic Y.A. Tittle picture that one of its photographers took at Pitt Stadium.

Pocono Record

The Pocono Record is a daily newspaper published in print and online in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. The Pocono Record was founded as the Stroudsburg Daily Times on April 2, 1894. In 1946, the newspaper was purchased by James H. Ottaway, Sr., becoming the third newspaper in what would become the Ottaway Community Newspapers chain. Today, Ottaway is a subsidiary of Dow Jones & Company and the Pocono Record is a subsidiary of Ottaway Newspapers of Pennsylvania LP. Dow Jones is now owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.

Reading Eagle

The Reading Eagle is a family-owned and dominant newspaper in the city of Reading, Pennsylvania. The daily circulation of this paper exceeds 49,000 and serves even more readers at over 70,000 on Sundays. The Eagle, founded in 1868 was initially an afternoon paper and in 1940 it merged with the Reading Times. Ultimately, the two papers united, becoming the Reading Eagle. The paper is owned by the Reading Eagle Company, published by William S. Flippin and edited by Harry J. Deitz Jr.

South Hills Record

The South Hills Record is a weekly publication that includes classifieds, community news and events for the South Hills area. The South Hills Record is delivered every Thursday.

Tribune-Review Valley News Dispatch Edition

Edward Harrell, then-president of the Tribune Review Publishing Company, announced in January 2005 that most of the regional editions of the paper would have their newsroom, management and circulation departments merged and staff reductions would follow. The merged papers include the Tribune-Review of Greensburg, the Valley News Dispatch of Tarentum, The Leader-Times of Kittanning, The Daily Courier of Connellsville and the Blairsville Dispatch

Tribune-Review Westmoreland Edition

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, also known as "the Trib," is the second largest daily newspaper serving metropolitan Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Although founded in 1889, it existed only in Westmoreland County until 1992 when, as an offshoot of the Greensburg Tribune-Review, it started serving all of Pittsburgh after a strike at the two previously dominant Pittsburgh dailies, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Press, deprived the city of a newspaper for several months.

West Chester Daily Local News

The Daily Local News is a daily newspaper that covers events in Chester County, Pennsylvania, with limited coverage in neighboring Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and Delaware County, Pennsylvania due to school districts and interscholastic league coverage in these two neighboring counties. First published in West Chester, Pennsylvania in the 1800s, the newspaper is currently owned by the Journal Register Company.

York Daily Record

The York Daily Record is a morning newspaper that serves York, Pennsylvania. The paper, printed in a broadsheet format, is published Monday through Saturday. In 2004 the newspaper merged with the York Sunday News. It also publishes the Weekly Record, a set of community newspapers for suburban York County, PA.

York Dispatch

The York Dispatch is an afternoon newspaper based in York, Pennsylvania. The paper is published Monday through Friday, with the exception to this rule being certain holidays. The York Dispatch was started in 1876 as The Evening Dispatch and it is the longest continuously published daily newspaper in York County. The Dispatch is in a joint operating agreement with the York Daily Record. The York Dispatch is the previous publisher of the York Sunday News. The York Dispatch Newspaper Offices building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. The York Dispatch headquarters are located at 205 N George Street York, PA 17401-1107.