Home News Tribune

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Home News Tribune is a newspaper of New Jersey, serving the Middlesex County area of Central Jersey. The paper has an average daily weekday circulation of about 49,000.[1] The newspaper is the result of a mid-1990s combination of The Home News of East Brunswick and The News Tribune of Woodbridge Township. The combined paper, initially renamed the Home News & Tribune and then with the ampersand removed, was sold to the Gannett Company in 1997.

In 2009 some production operations were moved and consolidated with those of other area Gannett newspapers and are now located in Neptune, N.J. The newsroom and advertising department remain in East Brunswick. Much of the content is now identical to that of the Courier News of Somerville.

The Home News was originally headquartered in New Brunswick, N.J. When operating in the southwestern industrial section of the city, the road on which it was located was named "Home News Row" and retains the name today.

Paul C. Grzella is the current general manager of the Home News Tribune, as well as the Courier News in Somerville.

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