The Gazette (Maryland)

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Not to be confused with Maryland Gazette.

The Gazette publishes weekly community newspapers serving Montgomery, Prince George's and Carroll counties in Maryland, including a subscription-based weekend edition covering business and politics throughout the state. The group of papers consistently wins awards from the Suburban Newspapers of America, as well as regional awards. It is based in Gaithersburg.


The community newspaper group publishes ten Montgomery County editions (Germantown, Silver Spring/Takoma Park, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, Potomac, Burtonsville, Wheaton, Rockville, Olney and Damascus), two Carroll County editions (Mount Airy and Sykesville/Eldersburg) and eight Prince George's County editions (Largo, Hyattsville, College Park, Upper Marlboro, Bowie, Landover, Laurel and Clinton).

Owned by Nash Holdings, a company controlled by Jeff Bezos, The Gazette has been publishing weekly newspapers in the Maryland suburbs since 1959.

The Frederick County editions were closed in 2013.[1]


  • Montgomery Gazette


  1. ^ Anthony, Cara R. (May 16, 2013). "The Gazette shuts down Frederick office". The Frederick News-Post. Frederick, Maryland: The Frederick News-Post. Retrieved December 2, 2013. 

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