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List of major newspapers in Massachusetts featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 62 Massachusetts local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Massachusetts.

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Massachusetts Newspapers List

Newspapers Location Image Website
Advocate Weekly North Adams, MA
Andover Townsman Andover, MA
Athol Daily News Athol, MA Athol Daily News
Barnstable Patriot Barnstable, MA Barnstable Patriot
Beacon Hill Times Boston, MA Beacon Hill Times
Bershire Eagle Berkshire, MA
Billerica News Billerica, MA
Boston Business Journal Boston, MA
Boston Globe Boston, MA
Boston Herald Boston, MA
Boston Phoenix Boston, MA
Business Journal of SE MA N. Attleborough, MA
Cambridge Chronicle Cambridge, MA
Cape Code Times Hyannis, MA
Christian Science Monitor Boston, MA
Daily Evening Item Lynn , MA
Daily Hampshire Gazette Northampton, MA
Daily Times Chronicle Woburn, MA
Dorchester Reporter Boston, MA
Duxbury Clipper Duxbury, MA
Eagle-Tribune Lawrence, MA
Foxboro Reporter Foxboro, MA
Haverhill Gazette Haverhill, MA
Herald News Fall River, MA
Martha's Vineyard Times Vineyard Haven, MA
Mass High Tech Boston, MA
Nashoba Publications Newspapers Ayer , MA
North Adams Transcript North Adams, MA
Old Colony Memorial Plymouth, MA
Portuguese Times New Bedford, MA
Provincetown Banner Provincetown, MA
Reporter Newspapers Plymouth, MA
Sentinel & Enterprise Fitchburg, MA
Somerville Journal Somerville, MA
South Boston Tribune Boston, MA
SouthBostonOnline Boston, MA
Taunton Daily Gazette Taunton, MA
Telegram & Gazette Worcester, MA
The Berkshire Eagle Pittsfield, MA
The Cape Cod Chronicle Chatham, MA
The Daily News Newburyport, MA
The Enterprise Brockton, MA
The Gloucester Daily Times Gloucester, MA
The Inquirer and Mirror Nantucket, MA
The Landmark Holden, MA
The Patriot Ledger Quincy, MA
The Pittsfield Gazette Pittsfield, MA
The Port Planet Newburyport, MA
The Recorder Greenfield, MA
The Reminder East Longmeadow, MA
The Salem Evening News Salem , MA
The Stoneham Independent Stoneham, MA
The Sun Lowell, MA
The Sun Chronicle Attleboro, MA
The Wanderer Mattapoisett, MA
Union-News & Republican Springfield, MA
Valley Advocate Hatfield, MA
Vineyard Gazette Edgartown, MA
Vineyard Gazette Martha's Vineyard, MA
Walpole Times Walpole, MA
Wellesley Townsman Wellesley, MA
Worcester Business Journal Worcester, MA
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The state of Massachusetts offers a number of attractions throughout its six main regions. Boston is the capital of the state and one of the most famous destinations in the United States.

One of the must-see spots is Freedom Tail, a kind of trail that passes through the main tourist spots in the city. In total there are 16 stopping points, all indicated by an emblem on the floor.


Herman Melville, the creator of Moby Dick, Dr. Seuss and John F. Kennedy, many eminent people are from Massachusetts. The state is one of the six New England states and is therefore located in the northeast of the USA.

The lifestyle in Massachusetts is wonderful. Since the population is very diverse, you can get to know people from all over the world and from different cultures. The state is best known for its excellent schools and colleges.

Boston is the state capital and also the largest city in New England. The university town is New England's cultural center and perfectly combines history, a lively nightlife and education. Downtown Boston is particularly easy to explore on foot, with a stroll along the 'Freedom Trail' and a visit to the 'Beacon Hill' district. On the opposite river bank is Cambridge, which is home to the well-known MIT and Harvard University.

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