New Jersey Newspapers

Asbury Park Press

The Asbury Park Press is a daily newspaper in Monmouth and Ocean counties of New Jersey and has the third largest circulation in the state. Its investigative staff, led by editor Paul D'Ambrosio, has been awarded numerous national honors in journalism, including the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting, two the Associated Press Managing Editors' Award for Public Service, the National Headliner Award for Public Service and two National Headliner Awards for Best Series. The Press' investigative team was a finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service. The newspaper also had the honor of being the home to editorial cartoonist Steve Breen when he won the Pulitzer Prize in that category in 1998. Gannett purchased the paper in 1997. The current publisher is Thomas M. Donovan and the editor of the Park Press is Hollis R. Towns. The Headquarters are located at 30601 Highway 66 Neptune, New Jersey 07754. The paper circulates and average of 107,443 daily and 157,154 on Sundays.

Atlantic City Press

The Atlantic City Press is the fourth largest daily newspaper. It is the primary newspaper in for southeastern New Jersey and the New Jersey Shore. The paper has a daily circulation of 70,000 and a Sunday circulation of 85,000. The newspaper features local, regional, and state news. It also features some national and international news as well. The Atlantic City Press was founded in 1895 as the Daily Press by Walter Edge, in 1928 Abarta Inc., the current owner, bought the paper and changed the name. Since then, Abarta Inc. has changed the name three more times until it reached its current name of The Press of Atlantic City. The Press of Atlantic City published various other products including At the Shore (a weekly entertainment magazine), Real Estate Monthly, Health, Indulge, Summer Fun, and many more that are inserted into their papers. They also publish Press Extra and Sunday Saver if you would like these inserts. The current publisher is Keith L. Dawn and the current editor is Neill Borowski.

Burlington County Times

The Burlington County Times is a daily located in Willingboro Township, New Jersey, U.S. The Times is owned by Calkins Media. The paper puts out weekly special sections, including "What's Happening", a guide to local entertainment; "All About U", a women's news section; and "To Do", a broader entertainment guide with movie reviews and more. With offices in Willingboro, Medford and Mount Holly Township, New Jersey, the paper covers municipal, county and state-wide issues as well as local and professional sporting events. The Burlington County Times is owned by Calkins Media, published by Michael Scobey, and edited by Patricia Walker. It circulates 33,424 on weekdays and 37,253 on Sunday.

Hackensack-The Record

North Jersey Media Group. Bergen County’s largest newspaper, The Record, calls Hackensack its home. The North Jersey Media Group (NJMG) publishes two daily newspapers; 41 local newspapers; a magazine, (201) The Best of Bergen; and operates several local web sites. Scheduled tours of their printing facility are available to groups.

New Jersey Star-Ledger

The Star-Ledger is the largest circulated newspaper in New Jersey and is based in Newark. It is a sister paper to The Jersey Journal, The Times of Trenton and the Staten Island Advance, all of which are owned by Advance Publications. The daily circulation is 160,400 and the Sunday circulation is 257,800. The Newark Daily Advertiser, founded in 1832, was Newark's first daily newspaper. It subsequently evolved into the Newark Star-Eagle. S. I. Newhouse bought the Newark Ledger in 1935, and merged the paper with the Star-Eagle in 1939 to become the Newark Star-Ledger.

Newton New Jersey Herald

Newton New Jersey Herald was founded in 1820 by Col Grant Fitch, a Newton Merchant, and remains the only daily newspaper in Sussex County. The first newspaper in Sussex County was the Sussex Register, which made its appearance on Monday, July 6, 1813. The Register was four pages and was published with a staff of two: the founder, John H. Hall, and one assistant. Hall also delivered the paper. The office was in Deckertown and then moved to Lewisburg, a mile away. In 1830, the paper moved to Newton, where it remained until the paper was purchased by The New Jersey Herald in 1943. Since Col. Fitch first published the newspaper in 1829, The New Jersey Herald has continuously provided news and advertising for Sussex County and northwest New Jersey.

Paterson Herald News

The Herald News is a newspaper published by North Jersey Media Group, which also publishes its sister paper The Record. The paper is published in Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson), New Jersey, and focuses on the Passaic County, New Jersey area. The Herald News has a daily circulation of nearly 50,000 and a Sunday circulation over 40,000

South Jersey Times

The South Jersey Times is a newspaper that serves South Jersey, which began publication on November 4, 2012, initially focusing coverage on Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties, before expanding to cover all of the South Jersey area. South Jersey Media Group launched the paper with a subscriber base of 25,200, representing those readers of the Gloucester County Times, The News of Cumberland County and Today's Sunbeam, all of which ceased publication after November 3.

Trenton Times

The Times of Trenton is a daily newspaper serving Trenton, New Jersey, USA, and the surrounding Mercer County community. The paper has a daily circulation of slightly more than 27,000 and a Sunday circulation of approximately 28,000. It is a part of the Advance Publications which also includes The Star-Ledger, The Jersey Journal, The Staten Island Advance and other major national dailies and weekly newspapers.