Worcester Magazine

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Worcester Magazine
Categories Alternative weekly
Frequency Weekly
Circulation 27,404 (March 2014)
Year founded 1976
Company Holden Landmark Corporation
Country United States
Based in Worcester, Massachusetts
Language English
Website worcestermag.com

Worcester Magazine is a weekly free alternative media magazine in Worcester, Massachusetts.[1] Established in 1976, the magazine is distributed at more than 400 locations across Central Massachusetts and is part of the Holden Landmark Corporation.[1] It is published weekly on Thursdays.[1] Businessman Allen Fletcher is the former publisher of the magazine.[2]

The New England Press Association named it as the publication of the year.[1] In March 2014, the circulation of Worcester Magazine was 27,404 copies.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Worcester Magazine". Association of Alternative Newsmedia. Retrieved 9 August 2015. 
  2. ^ Michael D. Kane (4 June 2015). "Former Worcester Magazine Publisher Allen Fletcher buys key Kelley Square lot in Worcester". Mass Live. Retrieved 9 August 2015. 

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