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List of major newspapers in New York featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 85 New York 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 New York.

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New York Newspapers List

New York - Upstate and Downstate

New York or State of New York is a state in the northeastern United States. The largest and most famous city in the state is New York City. But the capital is Albany. New York is divided into Upstate and Downstate New York. Upstate New York is the state territory north of New York. Downstate New York is made up of Long Island and New York City. Check collegetoppicks for engineering schools in New York.

Immigrants and Displaced Persons - A story always has two sides

When the European settlers arrived, most of the Indians who lived here were expelled. Most of them are extinct or live elsewhere today, only the Iroquois still live here today.

The state was founded as a Dutch colony until the area was annexed by the English crown in 1664.

In 1788, New York became the eleventh state to join the thirteen states of the American Union. New York City gradually developed into a large immigration city and metropolis.

The Statue of Liberty arrived in New York City in 1886. As a gift from France to the United States, it should demonstrate the ties between the two countries. After the events of September 11, 2001, the Statue of Liberty was closed for a long time. Since summer 2009 it has been open to visitors again.

Appalachian Mountains, Hudson and Long Island - something for everyone

The state of New York borders the Lake of Ontario in the west. From the interior of the country, the Ontario River flows east into the ocean.

One of the most famous areas in New York is Long Island. Many holidaymakers come here every summer to enjoy the beaches, the sea and the sun.

Most tourists and visitors are drawn to New York City and not the surrounding area. But there is at least as much to discover here.

Many state parks are dedicated to beautiful nature and scenery. The parks are not only concerned with nature but also with the history of the region. Many monuments, museums and trails are dedicated to the history of the Indian tribes that once lived here.

Famous parks include Catskill Park and Montauk Point Park. The Niagara Falls lie on the border with Ontario ( Canada ). The water falls 58 meters below the surface and creates a tremendous noise.

Newspapers Location Image Website
Anton Community Newspapers Mineola, NY
Artvioce Buffalo, NY
Business First Buffalo, NY Business First
Business Journal Rochester, NY Business Journal
Capital District Business Review Albany, NY Capital District Business Review
Community Trader Clifton Springs, NY
CoopersTown Crier Cooperstown, NY CoopersTown Crier
Courier-Gazette Newark, NY Courier-Gazette
Crain's New York Business New York, NY
Daily Dispatch Oneida, NY
Daily Freeman Kingston, NY
Daily Gazette Schenectady, NY
Daily News Fulton, NY
Dan's Papers Bridgehamptom, NY
Democrat & Chronicle Rochester, NY
East Hampton Star East Hampton, NY
Finger Lakes Times Geneva, NY
Garden City News Garden City, NY
Genesee Country Express Dansville, NY
Gotham Gazette New York, NY
Greenwood Lake News Greenwood Lake, NY
Herald Community Newspapers Lawrence, NY
Ithaca Journal Ithaca, NY
Ithaca Times Ithaca, NY
LeRoy Pennysaver LeRoy , NY
Lewisboro Ledger Lewisboro, NY Newburgh, NY
New York Daily News New York, NY
New York Observer New York, NY
New York Post New York, NY
New York Times New York, NY
Newsday Melville, NY
Niagara Falls Reporter Niagara Falls, NY
North County News Yorktown, NY
Nyack Villager Nyack , NY
Observer-Dispatch Utica , NY
Oneida-Madison Pennysaver Clinton, NY
Oswego Daily News Oswego, NY
Pelham Weekly Pelham, NY
Polish American Journal Buffalo, NY
Poughkeepsie Journal Poughkeepsie, NY
Press & Sun-Bulletin Binghamton, NY
Press-Republican Plattsburgh, NY
Putnam News and Recorder Cold Spring, NY
Queens Tribune Fresh Meadows, NY
River Reporter Narrowsburg, NY
Rome Observer Rome , NY
Rome Sentinel Rome , NY
Sag Harbor Express Sag Harbor, NY
Star-Gazette Elmira, NY
Staten Island Advance Staten Island, NY
Sullivan County Democrat Callicoon, NY
Syracuse Post Standard Syracuse, NY
The Adirondack Explorer Saranac Lake, NY
The Bee Newspapers Williamsville, NY
The Buffalo News Buffalo, NY
The Citizen Auburn, NY
The Daily Star Oneonta, NY
The Evening Sun Norwich, NY
The Evening Telegram Herkimer, NY
The Evening Times Little Falls, NY
The Independent Hillsdale, NY
The Journal News White Plains, NY
The Lake and Valley Clarion Geneseo, NY
The Leader Corning, NY
The Leader-Herald Gloversville, NY
The News-Review Mattituck, NY
The Post-Star Glen Falls, NY
The Queens Courier Bayside, NY
The Queens Gazette Queens, NY
The Record Troy , NY
The Recorder Online Amsterdam, NY
The Suffolk Times Mattituck, NY
The Times Herald Olean , NY
The Times Herald-Record Middletown, NY
The Times-Union Albany, NY
The Villager New York, NY
The Wave of Long Island Rockawave, NY
Times-Beacon-Record Setauket, NY
Urban Voices Newspaper Albany, NY
Village Voice New York, NY
Wall Street Journal New York, NY
Watertown Daily Times Watertown, NY
Wellsville Daily Reporter Wellsville, NY
Westchester WAG Larchmont, NY
  • NY Municipalities: Alphabetical list of all cities and towns in New York. Also covers geographical map of New York.
New York is the largest financial and commercial center and the fourth largest industrial center in the United States. The main destination there is the famous city of the NYC, which is known for its skyscrapers, yellow taxis, plays and incredible signs.

Visiting New York without seeing Times Square is the same as going to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Filled with shops and restaurants, the great avenues in New York City are full of luminous signs, giving tourists the impression of being in a day even when night falls.

New York

New York City with its skyscrapers and hectic life shapes the image of the state of New York very strongly, but there is still a quiet, rural New York, because the state is very diverse. The capital Albany is in the east.

New York City is the largest and most international city in the United States. The city clearly offers a lot, whether in winter skating in Central Park, Wall Street and Broadway, tons of museums, libraries, restaurants and colleges, as well as numerous sights in the different districts.

But the state is not short of beaches either, because there are a few in Long Island, the best known of which is Coney Island. Many people live in Long Island and are therefore not too far from Manhattan.

Other popular destinations are also some small places in the Appalachian Mountains especially for winter sports enthusiasts, as well as almost the entire state in autumn when the leaves turn into intense colors in the so-called 'Indian Summer'.

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