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  2. The Indianapolis Star - Wikipedia

    The Indianapolis Star (also known as IndyStar) is a morning daily newspaper that began publishing on June 6, 1903, in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.It has been the only major daily paper in the city since 1999, when the Indianapolis News ceased publication.

  3. Morning Star - Wikipedia

    Morning Star, former name of the cruise ship Salamis Glory; Morning Star of Revelation (TS-K182), a British sail-training ketch; Morning Star, the first Star Ferry in Hong Kong, and several later ferries by the same name in the same fleet; De Ochtendster (The Morning Star in Dutch), took part in the Battle of Gibraltar (1607) In railways

  4. 24 Hours (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    History. In 2000, Metro International launched its free daily Metro newspaper in Toronto, eventually expanding with local editions across Canada. In Toronto, the Toronto Sun and Toronto Star scrambled to launch their own free dailies, Sun Media's FYI Toronto and Torstar's GTA Today.

  5. Stars and Stripes (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    Finding the local newspaper's office empty, they decided to print a newspaper about their activities. They called it the Stars and Stripes. Tradition holds this as the origin story for the newspaper, and the Stars and Stripes Museum/Library Association is located in Bloomfield. World War I

  6. Coventry Telegraph - Wikipedia

    The Coventry Telegraph is a local English tabloid newspaper. It was founded as The Midland Daily Telegraph in 1891 by William Isaac Iliffe, and was Coventry's first daily newspaper. Sold for half a penny, it was a four-page broadsheet newspaper. It changed its name to the Coventry Evening Telegraph on 17 November 1941.

  7. The Black Dwarf (newspaper) - Wikipedia

    The Black Dwarf was a political and cultural newspaper published between May 1968 and 1972 by a collective of socialists in the United Kingdom.It is often identified with Tariq Ali who edited and published the newspaper until 1970, when the editorial board split between Leninist and non-Leninist currents.

  8. Philippine Daily Inquirer - Wikipedia

    In 2017, according to the survey conducted by AGB Nielsen, the Inquirer was the most widely-read newspaper in the Philippines. The Manila Bulletin and The Philippine Star followed as the second and the third most widely read papers, respectively. Magsanoc died on December 24, 2015, at St. Luke's Medical Center in Taguig.

  9. List of newspapers in the United States - Wikipedia

    Hartford Courant (1764, the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States) The Register Star (Hudson, New York, 1785) Poughkeepsie Journal (1785) The Augusta Chronicle (1785) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (July 1786) Daily Hampshire Gazette (September 1784) The Berkshire Eagle (1789) The Daily Mail (Catskill, NY, 1792) The Recorder (1792)