17 Jan, 2010
So you’re in Beaufort and want a newspaper?
Posted by: Kent Hopkins In: Uncategorized
We know, newspaper’s are talked about more often these days as a joke than and not for people actually wanting one, but let’s face it: They’re still very much worth reading, even if it is hard to justify a subscription to more than one.
When you find yourself with an urge to see the daily paper it can be hard to find one spot in Beaufort (much less downtown) that offers all of the region’s best papers along with The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times.
Well, if you come to City Java & News we sell those three iconic papers, and the leading local ones:
- The Beaufort Gazette: William Elliott, a Beaufort attorney, founded Beaufort’s paper of record in 1897. The paper publishes seven days a week.
- The Post and Courier: Charleston’s paper is the oldest daily newspaper in the South and the eighth oldest newspaper in the United States.
- The Savannah Morning News: This paper traces its roots to 1850.
Whether you want one or three, you’ll be able to see the headlines of each before choosing.
We also offer the local free paper, Lowcountry Weekly
If you’re in Beaufort and in need of a newspaper, City Java & News is a great spot to find the region’s best — and maybe grab a coffee to enjoy with that paper.