The Daily Item (Sunbury)
Daily Item headquarters in Sunbury
|Owner(s)||Alabama Retirement Systems/CNHI|
|Founded||1872 (as The Sunbury Daily)|
|Headquarters||200 Market Street, Sunbury, Pennsylvania 17801 U.S.|
|Circulation||Approx 12,000 Weekdays, 15,000 Sunday|
The Sunbury Daily (founded 1872) and The Evening Item (1893) merged July 1, 1936. Publishing five afternoons per week, The Daily Item was owned by the Dewart family and other local investors until April 15. 1970, when Ottaway Community Newspapers purchased it. Ottaway streamlined and upgraded the newspaper. It built new presses in 1979 and introduced Saturday and Sunday morning editions in the late 1980s. In 2001, the paper bought The Danville News.
- Daily Item - About Us, accessed January 14, 2007.
- "CNHI to Acquire 6 Dailies from Dow Jones" Archived 2012-12-09 at Archive.today, press release, November 1, 2006, accessed January 14, 2007.
- Lerner, Adam B. "Pa. newspaper: Sorry we published letter calling for Obama's execution". POLITICO. Retrieved 23 May 2019.
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