Virginia Newspapers

Bristol Herald Courier

The Bristol Herald Courier is a daily newspaper owned by Berkshire. The newspaper is located in Bristol, Virginia, a small city located in Southwest Virginia on the Tennessee border. The beginning of the present Bristol Herald Courier came in 1865. That was the year John Slack founded the Bristol News, a publication which continued until after the turn of the century. In 1870, Slack launched the Bristol Courier, a weekly which became Bristol's first daily paper in 1888. George L. Carter, founder of the Clinchfield Railroad, moved to Bristol in 1903 and founded the Bristol Herald. When Carter left Bristol in1907 the Herald was combined with the Courier and became the Bristol Herald Courier. The paper averages a 39,000 daily circulation. In 2010, the Herald Courier won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, the highest honor in American journalism, for

Charlottesville Daily Progress

The Daily Progress is the sole daily newspaper in the vicinity of Charlottesville, Virginia. It has been published continuously since 1892, when it was founded by James Lindsay. . Lindsay's family owned it for 79 years, until the sale to the Worrell Newspaper group which took over on January 1, 1971. The DP immediately became the group's flagship paper, and T. Eugene Worrell moved his newspaper group headquarters to Charlottesville. On May 17, 2012 Media General, Inc. announced signed agreements with Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., whereby a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, BH Media Group, will purchase newspapers owned by Media General, including the Progress. The publisher for the paper is Lawrence McConnell and the headquarters for the Daily Progress are located at 685 Rio Road W. Charlottesville, Virginia 22904.

Culpeper Star Exponent

The Culpeper Star-Exponent is a daily newspaper serving Culpeper County, Virginia, United States, published seven days a week. It is owned by BH Media Group, a division of Berkshire Hathaway.

Danville Register & Bee

The Danville Register & Bee is a daily newspaper serving Danville, Virginia, United States, published seven days a week. It is owned by BH Media Group, a division of Berkshire Hathaway. The paper was previously published as the Danville Register and The Bee. The two were merged in July 1989.

Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star

The Free Lance–Star is the principal daily newspaper distributed throughout Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States, with a circulation area including the city of Fredericksburg and all or parts of the counties of Spotsylvania, Stafford, King George, Caroline, Culpeper, Fauquier, Louisa, Orange, Prince William and Westmoreland.

Lynchburg News & Advance

The News & Advance, Lynchburg's daily newspaper that serves the Central Virginia region and is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Lynchburg Living, bi-monthly periodical; The Lynchburg Guide, quarterly resource directory; The Burg, weekly entertainment newspaper published by The News & Advance; Lynch's Ferry, a biannual journal of local history

Martinsville Bulletin

The Martinsville Bulletin is a daily newspaper serving the city of Martinsville and the surrounding Henry County, Virginia. The Bulletin' s roots date back to 1889, and it is the oldest continuously run business in Martinsville. The paper is currently published six days a week, Monday through Friday and Sunday.

Richmond Times-Dispatch

The Richmond Times-Dispatch (RTD or TD for short) is the primary daily newspaper in Richmond the capital of Virginia, United States, and is commonly considered the "newspaper of record" for events occurring in much of the state. It utilizes reports from the Associated. In addition to the Richmond area, the Times-Dispatch has substantial readership in Charlottesville, Lynchburg, and Waynesboro. As the primary paper of the state's capital, theTimes-Dispatch is also a default paper for rural regions of the state without large local papers circulating. The paper is published by Thomas A. Silvestri and edited by Daniel Finnegan. The paper circulates 186,441 daily and 214,971 on Sundays. The paper is located at 300 East Franklin Street in Richmond, VA.

Roanoke Times

The Roanoke Times started in the late 1800s. Earlier paper names included Big Lick, Roanoke Leader from 1882 -1886, "Roanoke Times" starting 1889, and the "Roanoke Evening News" 1903 - 1912 name changed to "Roanoke World News" 1913 – 1991. From 1991, the newspaper was known as The Roanoke Times & World-News. Prior to 1991, the morning Roanoke Times and the afternoon Roanoke World-News published separate editions.

Waynesboro News Virginian

The News Virginian is a newspaper owned by Berkshire Hathaway. The paper serves residents in the cities of Waynesboro and Staunton, Virginia, as well as Augusta and Nelson Counties.