Top 10 New Hampshire Newspapers

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Below, we’ve collected the top newspaper publications in New Hampshire, organized by city. Before browsing these top media outlets, read our guide to media outlets to brush up on your knowledge.

Concord, New Hampshire Area Newspapers

1. New Hampshire Union Leader

The New Hampshire Union Leader is the state’s largest newspaper (with the state’s largest news team) and the only one circulated statewide. It’s published every day, and on Sundays as the New Hampshire Sunday News.

Editor: Mike Cote, mcote@unionleader.com

Find contact information for other New Hampshire Union Leader editors, journalists, and columnists here.

2. Concord Monitor

Based in North Conway, New Hampshire, the Concord Monitor is published daily Tuesday through Sunday. It serves the state capital of Concord as well as surrounding areas in Merrimack, Belknap county, and Grafton, Rockingham, and Hillsborough counties. It received a Pulitzer Prize in 2008 and has been named as one of the best small papers in America.

Editor: Jonathan Van Fleet, jvanfleet@cmonitor.com

Find contact information for other Concord Monitor editors, journalists, and columnists here.

3. Valley News

The Valley News serves the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont. It is published daily and on Sundays. The mission of the Valley News newsroom is to “connect, engage, inform, and give voice to our Upper Valley neighbors.”

Editor: Maggie Cassidy, mcassidy@vnews.com

Find contact information for other Valley News editors, journalists, and columnists here.

4. The Keene Sentinel

The Keene Sentinel is an independently-owned newspaper serving the Monadnock Region. The paper was created by 21-year-old John Prentiss in 1799 and remains one of the oldest news organizations in the country continuously published under the same name.

Editor/Publisher: Tom Ewing, tewing@keenesentinel.com

Find contact information for other Keene Sentinel editors, journalists, and columnists here.

5. The Laconia Daily Sun

The Laconia Daily Sun is a free newspaper published five days a week, Tuesday through Saturday. Each publication day, 18,000+ copies are distributed at more than 300 locations. It’s published in Laconia and informs the Belknap County and Lakes Region areas.

Editor: Roger Carroll, rogercarroll@laconiadailysun.com

Find contact information for other Laconia Daily Sun editors, journalists, and columnists here.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire Area Newspapers

6. Portsmouth Herald

The Portsmouth Herald is published six days a week. It serves municipalities of Greenland, New Castle, Newington and Rye, New Hampshire as well as Eliot, Kittery, Kittery Point, and South Berwick, Maine.

Editor: Howard Altschiller, haltschiller@seacoastonline.com

Find contact information for other Portsmouth Herald editors, journalists, and columnists here.

7. Foster’s Daily Democrat

Created in 1873, Foster’s Daily Democrat is based in Dover, New Hampshire (as well as Rochester and Portsmouth) and informs Strafford, Rockingham, and York counties. It’s published six mornings a week.

Editor: Howard Altschiller, haltschiller@seacoastonline.com

Find contact information for other Foster’s Daily Democrat editors, journalists, and columnists here.

8. Carriage Towne News

The Carriage Towne News was first published in 1983. The paper is distributed every Thursday to over 25,000 households across southern New Hampshire.

Editor: Elisha Blaisdell, elisha@carriagetownenews.com

Find contact information for other Carriage Towne News editors, journalists, and columnists here.

Mount Washington, New Hampshire Area Newspapers

9. Conway Daily Sun

Serving the Mount Washington Valley, the Conway Daily Sun has a circulation of 16,000+ papers daily between Tuesday and Saturday. Its online newspaper has over 500,000 monthly views.

Editor: Margaret McKenzie, margaret@conwaydailysun.com

Find contact information for other Conway Daily Sun editors, journalists, and columnists here.

10. The Nashua Telegraph

The Nashua Telegraph serves the Nashua and surrounding areas. It was founded as the Nashua Daily Telegraph in 1869; today, it has a circulation of almost 17,000.

Editor: Matthew Burdette, mburdette@nashuatelegraph.com

Find contact information for other Nashua Telegraph editors, journalists, and columnists here.

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