New York Newspapers

Albany Times Union

The Times Union is a major daily newspaper, serving the Capital Region of New York. Although the newspaper focuses on Albany and its suburbs, it covers all parts of the four-county area, including the cities of Troy, Schenectady and Saratoga Springs. It is owned by the Hearst Corporation. The paper was founded in 1857, originally published as the Morning Times, and purchased by William Randolph Hearst in 1924. The newspaper has been online since 1996. The editor of the Times Union is Rex Smith, who has held the post since July 2002. George Hearst is the publisher. The newspaper is printed in its headquarters by the Hearst Corporation's Capital Newspapers Division. The Times Union features five segments: Front Section, Capital Region, Sports, Business, and Life.

Amsterdam Recorder

The Recorder - newspaper of the Montgomery County Region of New York and your best source for local news and information

Auburn Citizen

The Citizen, commonly referred to as The Auburn Citizen, is the only daily newspaper published in Auburn, New York. The paper serves Cayuga County and parts of the greater Central New York area. The publication is owned by Lee Enterprises

Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin

The Press & Sun-Bulletin is a daily newspaper serving the area around Binghamton, New York. It was formed by the 1985 merger of The Evening Press (Known as The Binghamton Press prior to 1960) and The Sun-Bulletin. It is owned by the Gannett Company, who purchased The Binghamton Press in 1943 and The Sun-Bulletin in 1971. The publisher of the Press and Sun-Bulletin is Sherman Bodner and the editor is Calvin Stovall. The paper has grown immensely since it was founded back in 1904; it now circulates 54,802 for the morning weekday papers and 68, 564 on the Sunday paper. The Headquarters are located in Binghamton at 33 Lewis Road Binghamton, New York 13905.

Buffalo News

The Buffalo News is the primary newspaper of the Buffalo. It was for decades the only newspaper fully owned by Berkshire Hathaway. The News was founded in 1873 by Edward Hubert Butler, Sr. as a Sunday paper. The News participates in the Buffalo community and sponsors charitable, social, and educational events. The News also holds an annual Kids' Day newspaper sale in which civic groups sell the morning edition of the newspaper for double the usual price, with all proceeds directed to Buffalo's Children's Hospital. Journalists for The Buffalo News and The Buffalo Evening News have won three Pulitzer Prizes. The Buffalo news is published by Stanford Lipsey and edited by Mike Connelly. The paper’s headquarters are located 1 News Plaza Buffalo, New York 14203. The circulation on average is 181,540 daily and 266,123 on Sundays.

Catskill Daily Mail

The Daily Mail has a lineage back to Greene County’s very first newspaper - The Catskill Packet -- which was actually started in 1792, eight years before the county was formed. After two changes, it became the Catskill Recorder in 1804, and by 1871 was simply The Recorder, which, despite a number of interim name changes, it still was in 1938. After another merger, it became the Examiner-Recorder until 1962, when it morphed into the Greene County News, which in turn became absorbed by the Daily Mail in 2003. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail got its direct start with The Catskill Morning Mail, a daily that began Nov. 25, 1879. Two years later, Nov. 1, 1881, it became simply the Daily Mail, and, with similar minimal variation, has published as such ever since.

Glens Falls Post Star

The Post-Star is a daily newspaper in Glens Falls, New York. Its circulation is roughly 35,000. It serves the counties of Warren, Washington and Saratoga in New York State including the cities of Glens Falls and Saratoga Springs. It is the sole daily newspaper published in Warren County. It competes with The Saratogian of Saratoga Springs and the Times Union of Albany for the Saratoga County market. The Post-Star is currently owned by Lee Enterprises out of Davenport, Iowa. Lee has managed the paper since February 12, 2002 when it took over operations at all Howard Publication's newspapers. On April 20, 2009, the Post-Star received its first Pulitzer Prize, for the editorial work of Mark Mahoney. It was the first Pulitzer Prize won by a Lee newspaper. The Post Star is published by Rick Emanuel and edited by Ken Tingley. Headquarters for the newspaper are located in Glens Falls, NY.

Gloversville Leader-Herald

The Leader Herald is a daily newspaper, serving the upstate New York Fulton, Hamilton, and Montgomery counties with a strong emphasis on Fulton County. The newspaper headquarters is located in Gloversville, New York.

Hudson Register Star

The lineage of the Register-Star dates back to April of 1785 with the birth of the Gazette. The founders of the Gazette arrived in Hudson after beginning their careers in the newspaper business at The Connecticut Courant. Over time the Gazette ended its publication, reinstated and consolidated many times with other publications until the Daily Evening Register was established in 1866. On December 28, 1847, Alexander Webb evoked Hudson’s first daily paper, the Hudson Daily Star. After many new partnerships and purchases of the paper, the Register-Star was eventually created in 1953. The Register-Star is now headquartered in Hudson, NY and edited by Theresa E. Hyland. The paper is published by Mark Vinciguerra.

Lowville Journal & Republican

The Journal and Republican was formed in 1860, merging the Journal newspaper, which was founded in 1838, with the Republican newspaper, which was founded in 1830.

Middletown Times Herald-Record

The Times Herald-Record, often referred to as The Record in its coverage area, is a daily newspaper published in Middletown, New York, covering the northwest suburbs of New York City. It covers Orange, Sullivan and Ulster counties in New York; Pike County in Pennsylvania; and Sussex County in New Jersey. The newspaper's news-gathering operations are largely decentralized, the result of its large geographic reach. Its news staff reports from four communities. It is published in a tabloid format and was the first cold offset press in the country. It is owned by News Corporation. Its sister newspapers in the New York market are the New York Post and The Wall Street Journal.

New York Daily News

The New York Daily News, officially titled the Daily News, is an American newspaper based in New York City. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson as the Illustrated Daily News. It was the first U.S. daily printed in tabloid format. It reached its peaked circulation in 1947, at 2.4 million copies a day. As of 2019 it was eleventh-highest circulated newspaper in the United States. The Daily News is owned by parent company Tribune Publishing. This company was acquired by Alden Golden Capital, which operates its media properties through Digital First Media, in May 2021. After the Alden acquisition, alone among the newspapers acquired from Tribune Publishing, the Daily News property was spun off into a separate subsidiary called Daily News Enterprises. The Daly News continues to include big and dominant photographs, for news, entertainment, and sports as well as strong city news coverage, celebrity gossip, classified ads, comics a sports section and an opinion section.

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

The Democrat and Chronicle is a daily newspaper providing the greater Rochester, New York area with news. The paper is located at 55 Exchange Boulevard in downtown Rochester, the Democrat and Chronicle managed by Gannett was purchased by Gannett in 1928.The Democrat and Chronicle is Rochester's only daily circulated newspaper. The Democrat and Chronicle was founded in 1833 as The Balance, later on, the paper gradually became known as the Daily Democrat. The Daily Democrat merged with another local paper, the Chronicle, in 1870, to become known as the Democrat and Chronicle. From 1928 to 1985, the Democrat and Chronicle was Gannett's flagship paper. In 2010, The Democrat and Chronicle ranked number one between many different US newspapers in market penetration, the percentage of readers in a metro area who read in print or online. The Democrat and Chronicle held that top spot for several years, and have been among the leaders since the 1990s. The Democrat and Chronicle is delivered to over 170,000 homes, 1300 retail stores and over 1000 news racks.

Schenectady Daily Gazette

Schenectady The Daily Gazette was formed in 1894 when the Schenectady Printing Association took over a weekly called the Schenectady Gazette and turned it into a daily, renaming it The Daily Gazette in 1895. Despite two other city newspapers - the Evening Star and the Union, the Gazette was prosperous under the guidance of Gerardus Smith. Describing itself as “independent in politics,” the Gazette claimed by August of 1895 that it had the largest circulation in Schenectady, selling three thousand papers a day. Smith was one of five children belonging to David Cady Smith, the founder of a Schenectady law firm in 1837. Gerardus also studied law, but he seemed better suited for life as a banker and businessman, and it was his brother Everett who followed their father into the family’s law practice. Gerardus became the first president of the renamed Daily Gazette Company in March of 1899, and was followed in that office by Austin N. Liecty in 1917.

The Malone Telegram

The Malone Telegram was first published on Saturday, Dec. 9, 1905 by Charles M. Redfield. The Malone Telegram proudly serves the townships and residents of northern Franklin County New York, providing a six-day publication(Mon-Sat) with a paid daily subscriber base of 6,000, and daily readership totaling over 15,000.

Utica Observer-Dispatch

The Observer-Dispatch is the largest newspaper serving the Utica-Rome metropolitan area in Central New York, circulating in County, Herkimer, and parts of Madison. Eliasaph Dorchester founded the weekly Utica Observer in 1817. The Observer became a daily newspaper in 1848 and, after several mergers with other newspapers, became the Observer-Dispatch in 1922. Gannett owned the newspaper until 2007, when it was purchased by GateHouse Media. There were two newspapers, the Daily Press in the morning and the Observer-Dispatch in the afternoon, that newspapers merged into a single, seven-day morning publication, the Observer-Dispatch, in 1987.Based in Utica at 221 Oriskany Plaza, the publication is owned by GateHouse Media. The paper is published by Donna Donovan and edited by Joseph Kieta. The Observer-Dispatch has a circulation of 30,645 daily and 39, 694 on Sunday as of 2012. Its sister newspapers are The Telegram and The Times.

Wall Street Journal

As the preeminent source of global business and financial news, The Wall Street Journal is America's most trusted newspaper and includes coverage and insights of U.S. & world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports and health. Read ambitiously.

Watertown Daily Times

Founded in 1861, the Watertown Daily Times is a daily newspaper published in Watertown, New York that provides coverage of Jefferson County, Lewis County, and St. Lawrence County. The Times covers its geographically expansive coverage area through a network of bureaus and shared resources with its sister newspapers. In addition to Watertown and Washington, the newspaper has news-gathering operations in Lowville, Carthage, Canton, Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Massena and Malone. The Times produces a number of publications, including NNY Business, a monthly magazine featuring in-depth stories about the North Country’s economy and business community, NNY Living, a Bi-monthly cultural lifestyle magazine, NNY Living Homes & Premier Properties, a publication featuring luxury homes and vacation getaways and NNY Outdoors, a twice yearly publication featuring a mix of outdoor sportsman and lifestyle activities.

Westchester Journal News

The Journal News is a newspaper in New York serving the suburban New York City counties of Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam, a region known as the Lower Hudson Valley. It is owned by the Gannett Company, Inc. The Journal News was created through a merger of several daily community newspapers serving the three counties since 1850. For years prior to the October 12, 1998, merger that created The Journal News, 10 of the newspapers shared substantial content and printing presses. Gannett acquired nine of the newspapers in 1964 from the Macy family and added The Star in 1985. Today, The Journal News appears in the morning like other New York dailies. The Journal News features daily sections such as, Main News, Life and Style, Sports, and Classifieds, and weekly standing sections such as, Sunday Life, LoHud Weekend, Living Here, The Wall Street Journal, Real Estate Review, and Wheels and Wheels Extra over the weekend.