The Southside Times

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The June 25, 2009 front page
of The Southside Times
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Times-Leader LLC
Publisher Rick Myers
Editor Nicole Davis
Founded 1928
Headquarters 7670 US 31 South
Indianapolis, Indiana 46227
 United States
Circulation 17,500 Weekly[1]
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The Southside Times is a weekly newspaper which began publishing in 1928. The newspaper delivers timely and entertaining community news to Beech Grove, Greenwood, Southport, Center Grove, and Franklin, Perry and White River Townships.

Published every Thursday, 17,500 copies are delivered to the greater Southside either to newsstands or through home delivery. Places the paper is delivered to include University of Indianapolis, several Marsh and Kroger supermarkets, McDonald's restaurants, and several locally-owned businesses.[2] The Southside Times sells to many advertisers, allowing the paper to be available at no cost.

Current employees include editor-in-chief Nicole Davis, graphic designer Carey Germana, digital consultant Andrew Angle, sales manager Brian Ruckle and office manager Haleigh Inscore.

As of November 2012, the paper relocated from its longtime Beech Grove location in favor of a house on the south side of Indy on US 31. The paper also switched to a tabloid format instead of the traditional broadsheet format in January 2013.


For the Record - This features obituaries and also may feature wedding announcements and anniversaries.
Opinion - Contains letters to the editor, Torry's Top 10 (a weekly feature by Torry Stiles[3]), a political cartoon and editorials.
Pets - Published every third Thursday of the month, this section includes articles from veterinarians and brief blurbs from shelters about animals up for adoption.
Night and Day - Contains calendar events from all around the South Side, a weekly movie review by Perry Township resident Adam Staten[4] and local dining options and reviews by Southside residents.
Community - Usually contains announcements, such as community projects, high school students' achievements, business endeavors, local colleges and college students from the paper's coverage area's activities and government meetings.
Living - Publishes columns about nutrition and cooking. Contributors include Chef Wendell Fowler.[5]


  1. ^ "Southside Times". Mondo Times. Retrieved 11 January 2009. 
  2. ^ "Distribution - Southside Times". Retrieved 2016-08-08. 
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