Community Newspaper Sites

August 13, 2009 

As the Triangle continues to grow, we continue to expand our service to readers and advertisers in every corner of the region. The News & Observer's network of publications now includes 10 community newspapers (distribution map – .pdf file), each with its own Web site, each with the quality you've come to expect from our primary site, www.newsobserver.com.

The affluence of the Triangle – the seat of state government and home of world class universities – translates into wide readership for news publications in print and online. The region's small towns are populated by transplants alongside families who have been here for generations, all with an interest in local news, leisure activities, homes, and retail products and services.

You can effectively promote your company, product, service or event on any or all of our community newspaper Web sites:

The Cary News – www.carynews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

The Chapel Hill News – www.chapelhillnews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

Clayton News Star - www.claytonnewsstar.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

The Durham News – www.thedurhamnews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

Eastern Wake News – www.easternwakenews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

Garner-Cleveland Record – www.garnercleveland.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

The Herald – www.theherald-nc.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

Midtown Raleigh News – www.midtownraleighnews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

North Raleigh News – www.northraleighnews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

Southwest Wake News – www.southwestwakenews.com
Advertising information (.pdf)

Find profiles of the print versions of our community newspapers here.

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