Eagle News comprises the quality weekly newspapers for the suburban communities in the greater Syracuse market. Our readership features a high percentage of home owners who count on our newspapers for award winning-coverage of their communities, their school districts and their neighborhoods. These are the dynamic, growing communities which represent the Central New York’s top demographic markets.
Each issue is read cover to cover by people of all ages living in the communities served by each paper. Eagle Newspapers remain in the home for the entire week and are read at the reader’s convenience. Advertising in Eagle’s six weekly newspapers and monthly magazines generates reader response all week long. Eagle News is news that affects the reader: local events, local taxes, local politics, local schools, local business,friends and neighbors. Local news is not like daily news, dead the next day. Local news stays fresh all week long because it directly impacts the people who read it.
Phone: (315) 434-8889
FAX: (315) 434-8883
2501 James St., Suite 100
Syracuse, NY 13206
Publisher: David B. Tyler Jr.
Senior Sales Consultant; Baldwinsville sales: Paul Nagle, email@example.com
National & Syracuse Woman Sales: Renee Moonan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Classified, Employment & Business Service Directory: Patti Puzzo, email@example.com
Syracuse Parent & Syracuse Woman Magazine: Linda Jabbour, firstname.lastname@example.org
Madison County & Manlius territory: Lori Lewis, email@example.com
Eastern suburbs: Krista Galster, firstname.lastname@example.org
Western suburbs: James Robinson, email@example.com
Northern suburbs: Allyson McManus, firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC NOTICES & LEGAL ADVERTISING
Eagle Newspapers are the official newspapers of many area municipalities. We also help businesses with their legal advertising requirements. To submit a legal ad or public notice, please email email@example.com.
NEWS, ANNOUNCEMENTS AND LETTERS
Send news and announcements to firstname.lastname@example.org
Obituaries are charged at $50 for an obituary of up to 250 words with a photograph. Additional charges may apply for longer obituaries. Please contact our managing editor Jennifer Wing for pricing and placement. email@example.com
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