Hemel Hempstead Gazette
|Headquarters||Hemel Hempstead, UK|
|Circulation||9,756 at 01/07/2012 .|
|Sister newspapers||Berkhamsted & Tring Gazette and the free doorstep delivered Herald Express|
It was first published in 1858 as The Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser, this was renamed in 1899 as The Hertfordshire, Hemel Hempstead Gazette and West Herts Advertiser and it was published under this title until 1973.
From 1973 it was known simply as the Hemel Hempstead Gazette, and from 1991 as The Gazette.
The paper has generated two siblings, the Berkhamsted & Tring Gazette and the free doorstep delivered Herald Express, all of which come from the same offices.
Publication, production and ownership
Both geographic editions of The Gazette appear on Wednesdays.
The editor of the Gazette is John Francis, and the deputy editor is Wes Smith. About 10 people work in the editorial department which is the central hub of the business's operation.
It is based at Newspaper House, 39 Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, Herts, HP1 1LH.
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- Archive of 'Gazzer' Cartoons, featuring the Hemel Hempstead Gazette's mascot dog.
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