Again, Christopher Wink, a marketing director for a non-profit homeless project, offers a long list of hyperlocal news sites in the U.S.

Some include:

  1. Baristanet — Monmounth County, Montclair*, N.J. is home to the grand old lady of profitable hyperlocal news sites.
  2. The Batavian (Batavia and Genesee County) — I dig the work of Howard Owens and his work as a one-man advertising and editorial team.
  3. Corona del Mar Today (Corona Del Mar, California)
  4. The Rapadian (Grand Rapids, Michigan) — They’re heavily interested in citizen reporting, it seems.
  5. Dulles District (Loudon County, Virginia) –

And, there are plenty more.


Again, Christopher Wink, a marketing director for a non-profit homeless project, offers a long list of hyperlocal news sites in the U.S.

Some include:

  1. Baristanet — Monmounth County, Montclair*, N.J. is home to the grand old lady of profitable hyperlocal news sites.
  2. The Batavian (Batavia and Genesee County) — I dig the work of Howard Owens and his work as a one-man advertising and editorial team.
  3. Corona del Mar Today (Corona Del Mar, California)
  4. The Rapadian (Grand Rapids, Michigan) — They’re heavily interested in citizen reporting, it seems.
  5. Dulles District (Loudon County, Virginia) –

And, there are plenty more.

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