Sun Journal (Lewiston, Maine)
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|Owner(s)||Sun Media Group|
|Publisher||James R. Costello Sr.|
|Headquarters||104 Park Street
Lewiston, Maine 04240
The Evening Journal, Lewiston's first newspaper, started publishing in 1861. The Daily Sun followed in 1896. In 1989, the two papers combined to form the Sun Journal. In 2017, the Sun Media Group was sold by the Costello family to Reade Brower, owner of MaineToday Media.
The Sun Journal prices are: $1.00 daily, $2.25 Sunday.
- The Franklin Journal of Farmington (4,500 twice-weekly circulation)
- The Rangeley Highlander of Rangeley (2,300 biweekly)
- The Penobscot Times of Old Town (3,300 weekly)
- Livermore Falls Advertiser of Livermore Falls (2,300 weekly)
The Sun Journal also owns The Forecaster, a free regional paper.
- Skelton, Kathryn (2007-07-17). "Sun Journal sold to MaineToday Media owner Reade Brower". Sun Journal. Retrieved 2017-10-28.
- "Lewiston, Maine, Newspaper Firm Buys 4 Other Maine Papers". NEPA Bulletin (Boston, Mass.), page 3, October 2007.
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