Inside This Week's Edition
Inside this week’s newspaper edition, you will find 48 pages of the news you care about most – local community news and sports! Subscriptions include the mailing of the traditional print copy, the weekly emailed E-Edition, along with giving full access to news stories as they become available here online (daily news format). Purchase your print or E-Edition copy before newspapers are replaced Wednesday, April 5, 2023.
Did You Know?
The Village Reporter provides news and athletic coverage for sixteen local Williams County – Fulton County area public and private schools.
Starting with one employee in 2001 (one owner), The Village Reporter now employees 15-20 traditional and freelance LOCAL team members.
The LOCAL team at The Village Reporter spends on average 300-350 combined work hours per week publishing local news, obituaries, and sports.
26,000+ readers follow The Village Reporter on social media for local news and sports updates throughout the day (pointing readers to this website).
The Village Reporter provides local hometown news coverage for the greater Williams County - Fulton County areas of Northwest Ohio.
The Village Reporter does not charge to publish obituaries. This has saved local grieving families an estimated $1 million+ in the last two decades.
The Village Reporter is family owned and operated. Team members are 100% LOCAL to the Tri State area, keeping tax revenues LOCAL.
Community newspapers average 8-10 pages per week (daily newspapers 12-16 pages per edition). The Village Reporter averages 40-50 pages per edition.
The Village Reporter has covered local news dating back to the 1870s (several mergers, name modifications and territory expansion efforts along the way).
Each day LOCAL stories are placed online allowing subscribers access to news content before they publish within the traditional weekly print and E-Edition.
Those that subscribe to The Village Reporter receive daily news updates (online), the weekly emailed E-Edition, along with the traditional mailed print edition.
Over 5,000 receive a daily newsletter from The Village Reporter by email sharing the most recent news published online (sign up on home page).
The Village Reporter publishes 100% LOCAL news, 100% of the time. Fillers such as out of the area news, tv guides, horoscopes, etc. are not used.
Large out of state corporations have been purchasing formerly local media outlets around the country, then closing / merging them. The Village Reporter remains 100% local.
DONATING TO PROJECT … The Williams County Public Library thanks the Bryan Friends of the Library for the group’s generous donation of $15,000 to the WCPL Carnegie Stair Restoration Project.…