North Carolina Newspapers

Asheville Citizen-Times

Though the format of the Asheville Citizen-Times has changed several times since its founding in 1870, its mission as a news source remains much the same. These days breaking news, video, photo galleries, articles and columns can be found online; and deeper, local content is still tucked deep within the folded pages of the newspaper. The Citizen-Times covers local business news, civics and politics, crime, weather, and other news and information. The paper also puts a special focus on Asheville's outdoors, entertainment culinary scene with coverage dedicated to all the local happenings of the Blue Ridge Mountains

C & K Independent Tribune

Concord Independent Tribune is a newspaper based in Concord, North Carolina covering Cabarrus County, North Carolina. The newspaper is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. The Independent Tribune was formed September 29, 1996 with the merger of The Concord Tribune and The (Kannapolis) Daily Independent.

Fayetteville Observer

The Fayetteville Observer is a daily newspaper published in Fayetteville, North Carolina. It has been locally owned and operated by the same family for more than 80 years. The paper is the oldest continually published newspaper in North Carolina. It was established in 1816 as the Carolina Observer, becoming the Fayetteville Observer in 1883. Initially it was an afternoon paper; it started publishing a morning paper, The Fayetteville Times, in 1973. The two papers joined as a single morning paper, The Fayetteville Observer-Times, in 1990. It dropped "Times" from its masthead in 1999. The Observer circulates 61,875 daily and 65,595 on Sundays. The publisher of the Fayetteville Observer is Charles Broadwell. The headquarters are found 458 Whitfield Street Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Greensboro News & Record

The News & Record is the largest newspaper serving Guilford, North and the surrounding region. It is based in Greensboro and produces local sections for Greensboro and Rockingham. As of 2011, it had an average weekday circulation of about 57,500 and an average Sunday circulation of about 87,000. The newspaper began as two smaller papers, The Daily Record and the Greensboro Daily News. The News & Record began with the Daily Record which was first printed in 1890 in Greensboro. An afternoon paper, it was begun by John Benson, Joseph Reece, and Harper J. Elam. The Daily News was a morning paper founded in 1909, an outgrowth of the recently-defunct Daily Industrial News. The Daily News and the associated company, the Greensboro News Company, grew quickly; acquiring the other morning paper, the Greensboro Telegram in 1911 and in 1930 acquired the Daily Record. In the early 1980s, the Greensboro Daily News and the Greensboro Record began gradually consolidating their operations. By March 1984, both papers were combined to the News & Record.

Hickory Daily Record

Hickory Daily Record is a daily newspaper based in Hickory, North Carolina. It is owned by Berkshire Hathaway and is published seven days a week. The newspaper serves the city of Hickory along with Catawba County , and the neighboring counties of Alexander County and Caldwell County .

McDowell News

The McDowell News is an American, English language newspaper published daily in Marion, North Carolina covering McDowell County. The newspaper is currently owned by Lee Enterprises, it was previously owned by Berkshire Hathaway's subsidiary BH Media Group since 2012[4][5][6] and by Media General before that.[7] Lee Enterprises bought BH Media Group's publications in early 2020.

Morganton News Herald

The News Herald (North Carolina) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The News Herald is a daily newspaper based in Morganton, North Carolina covering Burke County.

Statesville Record & Landmark

Statesville Record & Landmark is an American, English language daily newspaper based in Statesville, North Carolina. The newspaper is owned by Lee Enterprises . The Statesville Record & Landmark is the newspaper of record for Statesville and has been serving the city and Iredell County, North Carolina since June 19, 1874 when it was a weekly called the Landmark .

Wilmington Star News

StarNews Media is based in Wilmington, North Carolina, a thriving port city with twelve pristine beaches and beautiful historic roots. The Wilmington market expands throughout Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties which offers locals and visitors alike, a vibrant lifestyle with access to global, regional and local entrepreneurial businesses, all with the ease and comfort of a beach and riverfront lifestyle. Wilmington is a creative and ever-growing arts and culture community featuring theater, dance, galleries, gardens, and film and television productions such as: “Blue Velvet,” “One Tree Hill,” “Dawson’s Creek,” “Ironman 3,” “Under the Dome,” and “Sleepy Hollow.” StarNews Media offers daily circulation over 35,000, and Sunday circulation over 41,000 through its print edition, the StarNews, and continues to provide the largest digital audience in the Southeastern, North Carolina region through its top-rated online news and information platform. Consistently honored among the state's best for print publication and online news site.

Winston-Salem Journal

The Winston-Salem Journal is a daily newspaper primarily serving the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina and its county, Forsyth County, North Carolina. It also features coverage of Northwestern North Carolina and circulates as far west as Tennessee and north to Virginia. The Journal is primarily distributed through Forsyth County and the county seat of Winston-Salem. However, the paper also is distributed in Alleghany County, Ashe County, Davidson County, Davie County, Stokes County, Surry County, Wilkes County, Watauga County, and Yadkin County. The paper is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. The Journal was founded in 1897. Its editorial-page slant is considered moderate, although its conservative readership often decries its liberal bias and its liberal readers point out that the Journal hasn't endorsed a Democratic Party presidential candidate since Lyndon Johnson in 1964. In 2004, the paper refused to endorse a presidential candidate. The paper also produces a weekly entertainment and social tabloid called Relish.