Imagining A City Without Its Daily Newspaper In many cities around the country, the only major newspaper in town is losing money. Financial analysts say they expect some big dailies to fold. But what would it mean for a city if its newspaper were to disappear? In Hartford, Conn., some say they would lose a sense of community.
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Imagining A City Without Its Daily Newspaper

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Imagining A City Without Its Daily Newspaper

Imagining A City Without Its Daily Newspaper

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Financial analysts say they expect some big dailies to fold, perhaps as soon as this year. But what would it mean for a city if its newspaper were to disappear?

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