The Marengo-Union Times
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|Owner(s)||Marengo-Union Times, Inc.|
|Founder(s)||John D. Blais|
|Publisher||John D. Blais|
|Founded||February 2, 2011|
|Headquarters||The Marengo-Union Times, P.O. Box 435, Marengo, IL 60152|
The Marengo-Union Times is the publication of record in Marengo and Union, Illinois. The circulation is 6300. It is mailed to every home, apartment, and business in the 60152 and 60180 zip codes, with additional distribution to local stores and restaurants. The entire print editions can be read online.
The content in The Marengo-Union Times includes local editorial coverage generated by journalists, regular opinion columns written by city officials including Mayor Donald Lockhart and Chief of Police Joseph Hallman, and citizen journalism representing organizations, charities, and causes throughout the circulation area. Police reports, community calendars, obituaries and remembrances, and real estate transactions are published in every issue. The publication also covers local arts, entertainment, and features.