The Reidsville Review
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|Staff writers||Jessica Alexander, Danielle Battaglia, Steve Lawson, Katie Mann|
|Headquarters||1921 Vance Street. Reidsville, NC|
|Sister newspapers||Eden Daily News News & Record Winston-Salem Journal Danville Register & Bee|
The Review is a bi-weekly newspaper based in Reidsville, North Carolina. The newspaper is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. The Reidsville Review is the oldest and largest newspaper in Rockingham County, North Carolina.
Started in 1888 by Edward Gilliam and J.C. Womack. The Review merged with a two-page newspaper called The Democrat in later 1888.
The Review became a daily newspaper in 1934, but now serves as a bi-weekly paper along with the Eden Daily News and Madison Messenger.
The Review is currently owned by Berkshire Hathaway and World Media Enterprises, Inc. Before the buy out by World Media and Berkshire Hathway, the Review was owned by Media General. Media General bought the Review, Eden News and Madison Messenger in 1987.