The Times-Reporter

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The Times-Reporter
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) GateHouse Media, Inc.
Publisher Chris White
Editor Melissa Griffy Seeton
Founded May 18, 1872 (1872-05-18), as Iron Valley Reporter[1]
Headquarters 629 Wabash Avenue Northwest,
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663, United States
Circulation 18,132 daily
18,659 Sundays in 2012[2]
Sister newspapers The Independent
The Repository
The Suburbanite
OCLC number 17415406
Official website TimesReporter.com

The Times-Reporter is an American daily newspaper published seven mornings a week in New Philadelphia, Ohio. It is owned by GateHouse Media.

The newspaper was created in 1968 through the merger of The Daily Times of New Philadelphia and The Daily Reporter of Dover, Ohio. They remain the principal cities of its coverage area, which also includes the Tuscarawas County communities of Baltic, Bolivar, Dennison, Gnadenhutten, Newcomerstown, Strasburg, Sugarcreek, Tuscarawas and Uhrichsville; and some coverage of Carroll, Coshocton, Harrison, Holmes and Stark counties.

GateHouse acquired The Times-Reporter in April 2007 from Copley Press.[3]

The Times-Reporter is related to three other GateHouse newspapers in Northeast Ohio, the dailies The Independent of Massillon and The Repository of Canton, and the weekly The Suburbanite in southern Summit County.

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