Michigan Newspapers

Holland Sentinel

Holland Sentinel was originally an afternoon paper published six days a week. The Sentinel then moved to Saturday mornings and then added a Sunday edition in the late 1980s. In the late 1990s, the paper adopted a morning format for all seven days. Before adopting the name The Holland Sentinel, it was called The Holland Evening Sentinel back in 1928 until 1977 when it was owned by Morris Communications. In 2007, the Sentinel was sold to GateHouse Media. In the mid 1980s, the Sentinel was a satellite publishing site for the Chicago Tribune. In the early 2000s, printing operations were moved to the Allegan, Michigan, facilities of The Flashes, a weekly advertising only newspaper that Morris Communications had purchased a few years prior. The Sentinel is currently published by Peter Esser and edited by Ben Beversluis. Its readership on weekdays is 15,881, 14,787 on Saturdays, and 17,498 on Sundays.

Macomb Daily

The Macomb Daily is a daily newspaper serving Mount Clemens, Michigan. It is the only daily newspaper distributed in Macomb County, Michigan, making the county the largest in Michigan in terms of population with only one daily newspaper. The paper is owned by the Journal Register Company. The Macomb Daily was formed by the merger of The Mt. Clemens Monitor Leader, The South Macomb News and The Tri-City Progress in the early 1970's. The Macomb Daily was one of the first daily newspapers to automate its circulation onto computers and has a substantial fleet of twenty delivery vans that date back to 1977 with the Ford Macomb Daily Blue with White strips. This newspaper suffered for awhile with several mergers and broadened to 7 days around the late 1990's, but is doing much better as of 2012. Macomb Daily Headquarters are located in Mt. Clemens, Michigan.

Mount Pleasant Morning Sun

The Mount Pleasant Morning Sun is a daily newspaper located in Mount Pleasant Michigan. It is owned by Digital First Media as part of its Detroit region. The newspaper is published Monday-Sunday.

Oakland Press

Owned by the Journal Register Company, The Oakland Press is a daily newspaper that covers Oakland County, Michigan. The newspaper was originally named The Pontiac Press until 1972 when it was named The Oakland Press. The Oakland Press reports on statewide Michigan news, as well as national and international news. They also cover High school sports coverage, and their Pro sports reporters provide the latest on the Detroit Pistons, Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings, and Detroit Tigers. The Oakland Press is very involved with community outreach and interaction by hosting a Community Media Lab that contains citizen blogs on a wide variety of topics. They also are constantly looking for news feedback to ensure accuracy in their reporting. Stay informed about MI news from Pontiac, Rochester all Oakland County and beyond by ordering a subscription today.

Royal Oak Daily Tribune

Royal Oak is a city in Oakland County of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a suburb of Detroit. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 60,062. It should not be confused with Royal Oak Charter Township, a separate community located nearby. It is the 5th largest city in Oakland County and the 18th largest city in the U.S. state of Michigan.

Southgate News Herald

The News-Herald is a bi-weekly newspaper serving the Downriver suburbs of Detroit. It is based in Southgate, Michigan and owned by Digital First Media as part of its Detroit region. The newspaper is published every Wednesday and Sunday.