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The Telegraph ushers in new era for local news

By Staff | Apr 27, 2020

The Sunday Telegraph newspaper is and will remain the region’s best and most complete source for news and advertising.

While we will continue to showcase the people and news of Nashua and indeed the state in our traditional full print Sunday edition, we at The Telegraph are moving to online, mobile and text notification news during the week.

With COVID-19 all around us, this is the time for change.

In recent years, a majority of our readers have accessed the news online. We know we want to move with our readers and advertisers. Today – when COVID-19 news needs to be analyzed and published immediately – we are accelerating our move into the future.

This transition will occur Monday, April 27, with robust content featured digitally on a daily basis. News items – including editorials, obituaries, arrest logs, legal and other advertisements as well as video and additional enhanced features – all will be available online daily.

Our next weekly print edition of The Sunday Telegraph will begin delivery Saturday, May 2. The Sunday print edition will be delivered Saturday mornings, to provide early weekend access for extended reader experience.

Traditional home delivery subscribers will have unlimited access to our website, nashuatelegraph.com. Please contact our customer care team to ensure we have your current email address so you may best access the digital portion of your subscription services.

Customer Care may be reached by calling 603-594-1200 or emailing customercare@nashuatelegraph.com.

We take pride in having served New Hampshire and the Greater Nashua region since 1832. Many changes may have occurred since our inaugural edition, but our unwavering commitment to award-winning community news remains.

Since 2019, The Telegraph has received nearly 60 awards from the New England Newspaper & Press Association and the New Hampshire Press Association for journalistic and advertising excellence. We look forward to continuing that legacy of quality in both print and online as The Telegraph ushers in this new era.


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