New Jersey Hills Media Group

100 South Jefferson Road Suite 104, Whippany, NJ 07981

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The company acquired the Mountain Echoes and The Sentinel in 1959, merging them into the Echoes-Sentinel. They purchased the Hunterdon Review and the Somerset Hills Exponent in 1969.

In 1978, the company established its fifth weekly, The Randolph Reporter in Randolph Township, and it extended its coverage area to Mine Hill Township in 1984.

The company established the Mount Olive Chronicle in 1979 and the Roxbury Register in 1988.

In 1990, the company purchased the Eagle-Courier group of newspapers, including the Madison Eagle, Chatham Courier, Hanover Eagle, and Florham Park Eagle. In 1993, the company purchased the Morris NewsBee Hanover Eagle and Hanover Regional Weekly News.

The company purchased the Progress newspaper in Caldwell in 1998 and the Citizen of Morris County in Denville in 2000. The Weekender, in Hunterdon County, was founded in 1996, and the Somerset Hills Community News was acquired in 2002 and the Verona/Cedar Grove Observers were added in 2005.

In 2022, the company was acquired by the Corporation for New Jersey Local Media and was incorporated as a societal benefits corporation. Read more here.

100 South Jefferson Road Suite 104, Whippany, NJ 07981


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