Eagle Times

Infobox Newspaper
name =
|type = Daily newspaper
format = Broadsheet
owners = Eagle Publications
publisher = Harvey Hill
headquarters = 401 River Road, Claremont, New Hampshire 03743 USA
editor = [http://www.eagletimes.com/main.asp?SectionID=29&SubSectionID=85&ArticleID=9&TM=49443.45 ]
foundation =
website = [http://www.eagletimes.com eagletimes.com]

The "Eagle Times" is a daily newspaper based in Claremont, New Hampshire, serving the Connecticut River Valley in New Hampshire and Vermont. The paper is independently owned by publisher Harvey Hill.

The paper circulates in Claremont, Charlestown, Cornish, Newport, Plainfield and Unity, New Hampshire, and Ascutney, Springfield, Weathersfield and Windsor, Vermont. Reporting is focused on local features and local government. The paper produces A&E and Sunday Magazine sections.

History

The "Eagle Times" was formed when the Claremont "Daily Eagle" merged with the Bellows Falls-Springfield "Times Reporter" in the 1970s. The "Eagle Times" Website went online September 1, 2005.

Eagle Publications

Eagle Publications also owns several weekly and specialty publications, including the "Connecticut Valley Spectator" of Lebanon, New Hampshire, "The Message for the Week" of Chester, Vermont, and "The Weekly Flea". Eagle Publications owned The Argus Champion of New London, New Hampshire. On July 30, 2008, after the paper provided local news for 185 years, to the region, the company closed it's doors, laying off employees. The publisher sited monthly losses, contributed to more people reading the publication on the internet and advertising on the internet. It is also believed that the increasing cost of newsprint is partially to blame. The combined papers have 197,445 readers, according to current rate card. [http://www.eaglepublicationsinc.com/RateCard/Retail_rate.pdf]

External links

* [http://www.eagletimes.com Eagle Times Website]


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