Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers

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The Treasure Coast Newspapers serve residents in five counties located along the Treasure Coast and The Gold Coast of southeast Florida, one of the wealthiest markets in the country. They are owned by the E. W. Scripps Company and have a daily circulation of 100,000.

Three newspapers have both daily and Sunday circulation: The Stuart News, purchased by Scripps in 1965; The Indian River Press Journal in Vero Beach, purchased in 1996 and The St. Lucie News-Tribune in Fort Pierce/Port St. Lucie, purchased in 2000. The Treasure Coast Newspapers also publishes the weeklies The Jupiter Courier, acquired by Scripps in 1978; as well as business and lifestyle publications.

Its website, tcpalm.com, gives access to all the stories, features, photos, graphics, video and other local content developed by Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, WPTV NewsChannel 5, TCPalm.com and their partners the Sun-Sentinel for readers with an active subscription.[1]

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