Times-News (Burlington, North Carolina)

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The Times-News
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Halifax Media Group
Publisher Paul Mauney
Editor Madison Taylor
General manager Michael Little
Founded January 18, 1923 (as Burlington Daily News)[1]
Language English
Headquarters 707 S. Main Street, Burlington, North Carolina  United States
Circulation 36,000[2]
OCLC number 35154691
Official website www.thetimesnews.com
Director of Interactive Roger Creasy

The Times-News is a daily newspaper based in Burlington, North Carolina formed in 1931 by the merger Burlington Daily Times and The Burlington News.[1]

History[edit]

The Times-News was founded in 1887.[citation needed] It joined Freedom Communications Inc. in 1978, and was sold to Halifax Media Group in 2012.[3]

Special features[edit]

The weekly Here & Now page, a national award winner, is written by high school students. Through its guest columnist program, the paper has had as many as 20 local columnists published per month. The Times-News is also committed to a strong internet presence. The paper's Web Site contains a broad spectrum of local information, news, and community submitted content.

Awards[edit]

In addition to annual state press association awards, the Times-News is a Best of Freedom winner this year[when?]. The paper is frequently honored for its columns, editorials and graphics.[by whom?] It has also won awards in the NNA’s Better Newspaper Contest for general excellence, best sports section, photography and writing.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Alamance County, N.C. Newspapers". North Carolina Newspaper Project. State Library of North Carolina and North Carolina State Archives. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Rate Card". The Times-News. [dead link]
  3. ^ Freedom announces sale of Florida, N.C. properties to Halifax Media Group[dead link]

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