List of newspapers in MassachusettsMassachusetts State hosts 36 daily newspapers and 218 non-daily newspapers. Below is the top of newspapers in Massachusetts, including print and online.
The Boston Globe is the largest daily newspaper published in Boston, MA. It was ranked 14th among the top 100 newspapers in the USA. The newspaper is the oldest newspaper in Boston. The Pulitzer Prizes award-winning newspaper is owned by Boston Globe Media Partners, LLC. It is New England's source for news, sports, opinion, and entertainment. The Globe features breaking news, investigations, year-round coverage of the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins, editorials, photography, and arts, food, and lifestyle journalism. The Boston Globe's circulation is 92,820 copies daily and 185,850 copies on Sundays.
The Boston Herald is the second-largest daily newspaper in Boston, MA. It was ranked 48th among the top 100 newspapers in the USA. The Boston Herald features breaking news, local news, sports, politics, entertainment, opinion, and weather in Boston, Massachusetts. The Pulitzer Prizes award-winning newspaper is owned by Digital First Media with a circulation of 25,000 copies daily, 73,913 on Saturdays, and 45,833 on Sundays.
The Republican is a daily newspaper in Springfield, MA. It was once the largest circulated daily newspaper in New England during the 19th century. The Republican is owned by Advance Publications with a circulation of 76,353 copies daily.
The Patriot Ledger features breaking news, sports, entertainment, and obituaries in Quincy, MA. It is a daily newspaper owned by Gannett Newspaper. The newspaper covers 26 communities south of Boston. The Patriot Ledger circulation is 38,537 copies daily.
The Berkshire Eagle is a daily newspaper from Pittsfield, MA. It covers all Berkshire County including four New York communities near Pittsfield. The newspaper is owned by New England Newspapers, Inc. with a circulation of 23,835 copies daily and 26,708 on Sundays.
The Eagle-Tribune is a daily newspaper owned by Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc. It covers Merrimack Valley and Essex County, Massachusetts, and southern New Hampshire. The Eagle-Tribune circulates 35,397 copies daily and 36,904 on Sundays.
The Sun covers local news and community news in Lowell, Dracut, Chelmsford, Tyngsboro, Tewksbury, Billerica, Westford, Littleton, Wilmington, Concord, Acton, Boxboro, Pelham, Methuen, Bedford, Burlington, Carlisle, Boston. It is also known as The Lowell Sun. The Sun is a daily newspaper owned by MediaNews Group. It circulates 42,899 copies daily and 47,897 on Sundays.
The Cape Cod Times covers breaking news, sports, entertainment, and obituaries in Hyannis, MA. It is a daily newspaper owned by Gannett. The newspaper had a circulation of 35,776 copies daily and 39,970 on Sundays.
The Telegram & Gazette features breaking news, sports, entertainment, and obituaries in Worcester, MA from Worcester. It is a daily newspaper owned by Gannett Newspaper. The Telegram & Gazette circulates 74,563 copies daily and 70,805 on Saturdays and 79,958 on Sundays.
The MetroWest Daily News features news, sports, entertainment, and obituaries in Framingham, MA from Framingham. It covers several cities and towns in Norfolk, Middlesex, and Worcester counties. The MetroWest Daily News is a daily newspaper owned by Gannett Newspaper. It had a circulation of 17,830 copies daily, 15,958 on Saturdays, and 21,906 Sundays.