Sitting down on a Sunday morning and relaxing with the paper has been a long standing tradition for many people, but traditions have a habit of dying. The Internet is fast becoming the most popular source for news. Over 50,000 Americans get their news online every day and the numbers continue to rise.
Why wait for the news when you can get immediate access online? As much as I love reading a "real" newspaper, late and missed deliveries took away much of the enjoyment. So like many other people I began looking for local news online.
It has advantages. Many of the sites provide free access to the same news that are in the hard copy available on newsstands or by delivery. Online newspapers also cut down on clutter. There are no newspapers to pile up waiting to be read. The Sunday edition is typically loaded with sale circulars. No need to worry about missing a sale, you can View Weekly Sale Circulars Online.
In addition to a lists of online newspapers from around the world, this site also includes links to national U.S. and World Wide news sites.
Nice list of newspapers over 12,000 links to newspapers from around the world.
Search for newspapers worldwide with this free serviced provided by the University Library system of the University of North Carolina. Listings provide basic information about each news site and the type of information provided online.
Internet Public Library
Libraries are often the first choice for people who want to read a paper for free. The Internet Public Library Provides links to wide array of online newspapers.
U.S. Newspaper List
Here is a listing of sites by states. Lists also includes college newspapers and state oriented magazines.
Locate local or college Newspapers, of jump directly to a crossword puzzle, the daily cartoon and financial news.
Search the worldwide listing or jump directly to the top 50 most popular newspapers of the month.