20235

Total circulation


50588

Total readership


About us

The Berkshire Eagle is among the oldest periodicals in the country, tracing its origins back to the Western Star, a weekly newspaper founded in 1789. In 1973, one of the Eagle’s editors, Roger Linscott, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his editorial writing, and over the years has won numerous awards from New England press associations and the Associated Press. Under its new ownership, the Eagle continually strives to improve the quality of news and features, and to sustain the highest level of excellence in local journalism in this leading community newspaper.

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4023

Total circulation


10058

Total readership


About us

The Bennington Banner traces its history back to 1841 when its ancestor publication served Southern Vermont and neighboring towns of eastern New York as a weekly paper. The paper began daily publication in 1903 as the Bennington Evening Banner. The Banner often wins journalistic honors in annual Vermont Press Association, New England press associations, and other contests. The paper also won the prestigious national Ayer Award for excellence in typography, make-up, and printing in 1967.

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4700

Total circulation


11750

Total readership


About us

Founded in 1876 by publisher Charles N. Davenport as the state’s Democratic counterpoint to the Republican-leaning Vermont Phoenix, the Reformer gradually morphed from a weekly publication to one of the region’s leading daily newspapers. The Reformer was one of the first newspapers in the United States to run same-sex union announcements, beginning in 1989, even before the state of Vermont legalized civil unions. Over the years the Reformer has won a number of awards from regional press associations, including for local columns, enterprise stories, and editorials.

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About us

With the original intent of covering the Civil War, the Manchester Journal published its first issue in May of 1861, while its publisher and editors went on to enlist in that same conflict. The paper expanded in size from its initial four pages and has been serving as the community “paper of record” for much of its history. The paper has graduated several notable alumni, including Jack Hoffman, formerly of the Vermont News Bureau and now a writer with the Vermont Public Assets Institute. Adam Tschorn served as editor for two years from 1994-96 before joining the L.A. Times. More recently, sports writer Lauren Read went straight form the Journal in 2012 to the Burlington Free Press.

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35,000

issues distributed
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4 states

distributed through MA, VT, NH, and NY

Award-winning

Winner, Best Magazine of the Year, New England Newspaper and Press Association

About us

Our award-winning regional magazine celebrates the vibrant culture of Bennington, Windham, and Berkshire Counties. Covering arts, entertainment, shopping, dining, outdoor recreation, local history and prominent personalities, UpCountry is a guide to the region’s natural and cultural resources, for natives and travelers alike.