List of New York state newspapers news and for information on politics, sports, jobs, education, lifestyles, travel, real estate, business, and more.
Serving Fulton, Montgomery, and Hamilton counties.
Hudson Valley's daily newspaper distributed in Ulster, Columbia, Catskill, Greene, Dutchess, Orange counties.
Serving Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties.
Newspaper focusing on New York state government and politics.
Focusing on arts, culture, dance, theater, book reviews & politics.
Weekly newspaper of Brooklyn serving Georgetown, Mill Basin, Bergen Beach, Marine Park, East Flatbush and Starrett City.
Covering local business news, resources, industries, events, careers, and more.
Weekly newspaper published in Wayne county, New York.
Cold Spring based weekly newspaper covering local news, sports, events, obituaries, archives, and more.
Cooperstown, New York based newspaper published by Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc. (CNHI).
Community newspaper serving Allegany County.
Weekly newspaper published each Thursday in East Hampton, New York.
Elmira based newspaper owned by the Gannett Corporation.
Weekly newspaper published every Friday, serving Garden City, NY.
Serving Glen Cove, Brookville, Glen Head, Glenwood Landing, Old Brookville, Locust Valley, and Sea Cliff.
Daily Tabloid format newspaper circulated in Orange, Pike, Ulster, and Sullivan counties. Times Herald-Record owned by the Dow Jones Local Media Group, Inc.
Community newspaper published in Ithaca of Tompkins County.
Newspaper published Monday to Saturday owned by the Statewide News Network, Inc.
Community newspaper LeRoy of Genesee County.
Weekly business journal published in Ronkonkoma, New York.
Community newspaper Published weekly in Queens, New York.
Serving Sullivan County; towns of Cochecton, Bethel, Highland, and Tusten.
News for Polish Americans in English.
Newspaper based in Pelham, NY.
Business news and information source in Rochester, N.Y.
Weekly newspaper of South Fork, Long Island serving East Hampton, Southampton, North Haven, Noyac, as well as Sag Harbor.