Weekly Hyper-Local Newspapers
The unique small towns that make up Lancaster County have their own stories to tell. These historic small towns have deeply engaged residents and active communities. Our weekly hyperlocal community newspapers are the Lititz Record, Ephrata Review, and Elizabethtown Advocate, and exclusively cover news in their respective areas. Contact us for more information about advertising in our community newspapers.
First established in 1877, the Lititz Record is the community newspaper of Lititz, voted the coolest small town in America in 2013. The Lititz Record covers local news, school board meetings, police logs and more for both Lititz and Manheim PA. Current readership is approximately 29,0001.
The Ephrata Review provides in-depth coverage of local news, events, schools, and history for Ephrata and Cocalico PA. Established in 1878, the newspaper has a current readership of approximately 27,0001.
Founded in 2010, the Elizabethtown Advocate has a current readership of approximately 15,0001. The Elizabethtown Advocate serves Elizabethtown, Mount Joy and surrounding areas with hyperlocal news, high school sports, and entertainment coverage.
COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES
Our hyper-local newspapers are community minded and community driven. By advertising in these papers, you affiliate your businesses with trusted news sources that are the bedrock of these communities.
Weekly service business sections
Our weekly service business sections feature an article and photo about your business. These sections are favorites with readers who want to know more community businesses. Tell your businesses’ unique story in the service business section! These sections are called Serving Lititz, Serving Ephrata and Serving Elizabethtown, respectively in each newspaper.
Our hyper-local weekly newspapers include many popular special sections that offer outstanding local advertising exposure. Place your ad alongside trusted content about a topic that is of interest to our readers. Among the most popular with our readers are:
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