Half Moon Bay Review

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Half Moon Bay Review
TypeNewspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)Coastside News Group
PublisherBill Murray
EditorClay Lambert
Founded1898
Headquarters714 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay, California, 94019
 United States
Circulation7,500
Websitehmbreview.com

The Half Moon Bay Review is an American broadsheet newspaper that has been serving the coastside area of San Mateo County, California, from Devil's Slide to the Santa Cruz County line since 1898.[1][2] It is published each Wednesday morning and circulated by carrier, mail, counter, and rack sales to homes and businesses on the Coastside.

Each week 7,500 paid copies of the Half Moon Bay Review are distributed to homes from Montara to Pescadero.[3]

Wick Communications purchased the Half Moon Bay Review in 1986.[4] They announced plans to sell the newspaper in September 2017. A group of community members, calling themselves the Coastside News Group, entered into an agreement to purchase the paper from Wick in February 2018,[5] and the purchase was completed in May.[1]

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