Columbus Messenger

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Columbus Messenger Newspapers
Type Bi-weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Publisher Philip F. Daubel
Founded 1974
Headquarters Columbus Office
3500 Sullivant Ave.
Columbus, Ohio 43204
 United States
London Office
78 S. Main St.
London, Ohio 43140
 United States
Circulation Every other, Sunday
21,135 Eastside
20,070 Southeast
20,297 Southwest
24,766 Westside
14,581 Madison [1]
Official website columbusmessenger.com[2]

Columbus Messenger Newspapers is a bi-weekly newspaper organization started in 1974. It publishes five free, independently owned newspapers: the Westside Messenger, the Eastside Messenger, the Southeast Messenger, the Southwest Messenger and the Madison Messenger, covering neighborhoods in Columbus, Ohio and Madison County.

Each of the five papers is published every other Sunday and feature happenings with local government, community organizations and human interest stories.

Eastside edition[edit]

The Eastside Messenger covers Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, Truro Township and Violet Township, distributed to ZIP codes 43068 and 43147..

Southeast edition[edit]

The Southeast Messenger covers Groveport, Canal Winchester, Southeast Columbus, Madison Township and Lithopolis and distributed to ZIP codes 43109, 43207, 43232, 43125, 43110 and 43068.

Southwest edition[edit]

The Southwest Messenger covers Grove City, Harrisburg, Darbydale, Orient, Southwest Columbus, Urbancrest, Jackson Township and Pleasant Township, and distributed to ZIP codes 43123, 43126, 43137 and 43146.

Westside edition[edit]

The Westside Messenger covers the Hilltop, Galloway, Franklin Township, Prairie Township, Darby Estates, and the Southwest area of Columbus, Ohio, distributed to ZIP codes 43204, 43228, 43223 and 43119

Madison County edition[edit]

The Madison Messenger covers Madison County, Ohio, including London, Mount Sterling, West Jefferson, South Solon, Sedalia, Summerford and all rural routes, and distributed to ZIP codes 43140, 43143, 43162, 43153, 43151 and 43064. The Madison Messenger also goes to South Charleston in Clark County the first Monday of each month.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Publication Audit Report" (PDF). Circulation Verification Council'. 2009-06-30.