Monday, October 1, 2012
So much has changed in how we remain our community's leading news source: on Bradenton.com, on iPads and iPhones, in the e-edition. But as I wrote Sunday, we still relish the sound of that newspaper hitting your front porch or driveway every morning. Just this week, several daily newspapers have ceased seven-day publishing, the largest being the New Orleans Times-Picuyane (and that sparked The Advocate of Baton Rouge to start a new daily New Orleans edition -- good for them!)
The Herald has chronicled so much local history -- often some of your proudest moments:
Engagements, weddings and anniversaries. Babies' first birthdays. Sports spotlights, biggest fish caught, championship seasons. Social galas, neighborhood barbecues, vintage recipes. Graduations, homecomings and fund-raisers. Your four-legged family members.
Send us photos of your Bradenton Herald clippings! Or call and we'll set up a time for you to bring them in to the Herald for a photograph.
Email them to: Metro@Bradenton.com
Or mail them to:
102 Manatee Ave. W.
Bradenton, Fla 34205
Or call 941-745-7000 and leave a message.
Posted by Joan Krauter at 2:27 PM