BEFORE MAKING THE HARD DECISION ABOUT CLOSURE, PLEASE CONTACT US! We can help! ➡️Keeping local communities is more important than ever. ➡️Since 2004, the United States has lost one-fourth – 2,100 – of its newspapers. This includes 70 dailies and more than 2,000 weeklies or nondailies.
- At end of 2019, the United States had 6,700 newspapers, down from almost 9,000 in 2004.
- Today, more than 200 of the nation's 3,143 counties and equivalents have no newspaper and no alternative source of credible and comprehensive information on critical issues. Half of the counties have only one newspaper, and two-thirds do not have a daily newspaper.
- Many communities that lost newspapers were the most vulnerable – struggling economically and isolated.
Please, read the story HERE.