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The Intelligencer
333 North Broad Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
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About the Bucks County Courier Times

In 1954, Calkins Newspapers, Inc. purchased the Bristol Courier, which later merged with the Levittown Times. The Bucks County Courier Times was born. The newspaper, which publishes six days a week, now covers all of Lower Bucks County, including the towns of Bristol, Yardley, Langhorne, Newtown, Penndel, Morrisville, Bensalem and Levittown. It also reports on news and sporting events that take place in the Council Rock, Neshaminy, Centennial, Pennsbury school districts and others. Its pages feature stories, photographs and editorials about everything from municipal and community news and crime and court reports to politics, business, human interest, sports and entertainment pieces. The newspaper's office is located at 8400 N. Bristol Pike in Levittown.

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About The Intelligencer

In 1954, Calkins Newspapers Inc. purchased the Doylestown Intelligencer, which can trace its roots back to a weekly that began publishing in 1804, from Senator Joseph Grundy. Calkins ran The Daily Intelligencer as an afternoon newspaper until the 1970s. It also published a sister paper The Montgomery County Record (later The Record) in the 1980s and 1990s. Today The Intelligencer, which publishes six days a week, covers Central Bucks County, Upper Bucks County and Eastern Montgomery County. Its pages feature stories, photographs and editorials about everything from municipal and community news and crime and court reports to politics, business, human interest, sports and entertainment pieces. The newspaper's main office is located at 333 N. Broad St. in Doylestown.

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About the Burlington County Times

Founded in 1958 as the Levittown Times in Burlington New Jersey, The Burlington County Times publishes six days per week out of offices in Willingboro N.J. The paper coverage area includes the Burlington County towns of Bordentown, Moorestown, Burlington, Cinnaminson, Mount Laurel, Pemberton, Riverside and Maple Shade and other municipalities plus the school districts that cover them. Its pages feature stories, photographs and editorials about everything from municipal and community news and crime and court reports to politics, business, human interest, sports and entertainment pieces. The newspaper’s office is located at 4284 U.S. Route 130 in Willingboro.


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About Beaver County Times

The Beaver County Times today is the county’s primary information source and sole daily newspaper. Its emergence as the premiere news outlet for western Pennsylvania was engineered by an emerging media magnate, S.W. Calkins of Uniontown, who purchased his first Beaver County newspaper, the Aliquippa Gazette, in 1943. Three years later he purchased The Beaver Daily Times and combined the two papers to create The Beaver Valley Times. In 1959 Calkins purchased the Ambridge Daily Citizen and shortly thereafter renamed his combined publications The Beaver County Times. He moved the company in 1964 to its current location in Bridgewater, overlooking Burr’s disembarkation point. When Calkins Media purchased The News Tribune of Beaver Falls in 1978, The Times achieved its pre-eminence as the region’s largest suburban daily newspaper. The Times business success under the Calkins name reflected the prosperity of the steel and coal years and mirrors the transition of the area to a diversified economy based on aviation, education and information technology. The anchor of Calkins’ western publishing division, The Times also operates The Ellwood City Ledger, a daily newspaper in southern Lawrence County.

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About the Ellwood City Ledger

The Ledger is published Monday to Friday at 501 Lawrence Ave., Ellwood City, PA 16117.
News
Contact us at 724-758-5573 or eclnews@ellwoodcityledger.com.
Executive Editor: Lisa Micco, lmicco@times online.com.
Staff writer: Mark E. Crepp, mcrepp@ellwood cityledger.com.
Staff writer: Eric Poole, epoole@ellwoodcity ledger.com.
Advertising
To place an ad in our classified section, call 724-846-6300. To place a display ad, call 724-846-6300 or email us at ads@ellwood cityledger.com.
Obituaries To place an obituary, call 724-846-2560, Ext. 124, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. After 5 p.m. daily and on weekends, call 724-728-7892.
Circulation Our circulation department is open and ready to assist you with service or payment needs between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays. Our carriers try to have your newspaper delivered to you by 6:30 a.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. weekends. We hope our carriers never miss you, but if they do, please call our service desk at 724-752-4750 for same-day redelivery on calls before 10 a.m.