FAIRFIELD, Conn. – The Fairfield Sun will no longer be a printed newspaper and will be available online only, its chief operating officer announced on the website .
The announcement came from Chief Operating Officer Martin V. Hersam on behalf of the Hersam Acorn, which owns the Fairfield Sun.
On the paper’s website, the following note is published:
“To our valued readers: We will no longer be publishing a printed edition of the Fairfield Sun. This was a difficult decision, but despite having an extremely talented and dedicated staff, there was not adequate advertising to support continued publication. We will continue publishing on fairfield-sun.com. Thank you for your support and involvement with the Fairfield Sun and we look forward to continuing to serve you on fairfield-sun.”
Hersam Acorn also halted the printed versions of the Greenwich Post and the Valley Gazette, which covers Seymour, Ansonia, and Derby, according to the website.
For the full post, click here for the Fairfield Sun.
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