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Ratings and Reviews
Won't be paying for this anymore
I still pay for this newspaper. Home delivery, electronic version and mobile apps. For local news, you know? Except when I click on the local news tab, my so called hometown paper is as likely to show me the latest news about Kim Kardashian or Angelina Jolie as it is anything happening in my home town, or my state, or any adjacent states, or even the entire southeastern U.S. I was proud when this paper won a post-Katrina Pulitzer. Didn't know that would be its grand finale.
The sun herald has gone down hill tremendously. If any news happens after 5pm it’s not in the next day’s paper. The Braves had a 3pm game and the next day it was reported as a late game. And today (Saturday) I retrieved yesterday’s paper from my driveway. Friday’s paper was delivered on Friday and the again on Saturday. I guess the Sun Herald will be a complete day behind in their delivery. I’m done with this rag.
It’s not as fleshed out as a newspaper of course. I’d like more human interest . It’s really good about keeping up with late breaking news. All in all I like it.
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- Rated 12+ for the following:
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