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The New Jersey Herald
New Jersey Herald
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The August 19, 2008 front page of the New Jersey Herald.
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)Quincy Media
PublisherKeith Flinn
EditorBruce Tomlinson
Headquarters2 Spring Street, Newton, New Jersey
Circulation11,220 Daily
17,430 Sunday[1]

The New Jersey Herald is a newspaper published six days (Sunday-Friday) every week. Its headquarters are in Newton, New Jersey. It is the only daily newspaper published in Sussex County, New Jersey and one of the oldest in the state. It has a distribution that reaches into both Morris County and Warren County in New Jersey, as well as Pike County, Pennsylvania, and Orange County, New York.[2]


The New Jersey Herald was first published in 1829, making it one of New Jersey's oldest published newspapers.[3] In 1925, the paper got its first permanent home when a one-story building was built on High Street. In 1968, its headquarters moved to 2 Spring Street. The New Jersey Sunday Herald first published on June 11, 1962. In 1969, it was sold to American Newspapers Inc. The daily edition was first published March 16, 1970. Quincy Newspapers acquired the company in March 1980. Today, The New Jersey Herald is published six days a week (except Saturday).[4]


The "New Jersey Herald" covers many local news and sporting events mainly throughout Sussex County, and regularly publishes articles from the Associated Press that cover state, national, and world events.


  1. ^ "NJPA New Jersey Press Association". 2008-08-19.
  2. ^ About Us, The New Jersey Herald. Accessed October 23, 2007.
  3. ^ New Jersey a State to its Present and Past. p. 112. ISBN 0403021804.
  4. ^ New Jersey Herald Archived 2007-10-05 at the Wayback Machine., New Jersey Insider. Accessed October 23, 2007.

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