Paper production, delivery to resume week of Jan. 2
Here’s to you for a great 2022!
It was a year where things mostly (sort of?) returned to normal – this decade’s version, anyway. We toppled another COVID curve; festivals and concerts returned in full force, and with great fanfare; local businesses were brilliant in beating back the supply chain monster; and milestones were met with magnificent merriment.
Great job, one and all!
2022 sure was a busy year for us here at Niagara Frontier Publications, as well, as we continued to expand and grow.
We hope to do and offer even more in 2023 – but “we” can only do it as part of a grander “we.” You see, without our valued readers, subscribers and advertisers, we couldn’t exist. We would be working in a vacuum – and not the good kind; more like the one where your cat’s hair tangles up the rollers. Yuck. No one wants that.
So, with your help, “we” will continue to offer the hometown news you’ve come to expect, deserve, and want to see in your community conversations.
But first, our reporters, designers, ad reps, carriers and office staff are taking a much-needed holiday rest to recharge and get back to working for you.
Following this issue, our offices will be closed Monday, Dec. 26, through Monday, Jan. 2.
You can look forward to a new issue of the Grand Island PennySaver on Jan. 4, the Island Dispatch on Jan. 6, and the Niagara County Tribune/Sentinel on Jan. 6.
Happy holidays from the staff at NFP.
We can’t wait to show you what we’ve got in store for the new year.