Welcome to NNY360, the north country’s most comprehensive news and advertising website. Here you will find the latest news, information and advertising from Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego and Lewis counties with reporting powered by Johnson Newspaper Corporation’s Watertown Daily Times, Courier Observer of Massena, Lowville Journal and the weekly newspapers of Oswego County. Advertising is powered by Downtown Digital Group.
Johnson Newspaper Corp. is a family-owned multimedia company with local news coverage of the north country, Hudson Valley and Batavia, N.Y.
With NNY360 the company is investing in its digital future, where readers are now most consuming news and advertising, on their phones, tablets and computers. The website is a complement to daily and weekly newspapers that deliver community news to your door.
The story of the Watertown Daily Times as a newspaper dates back to 1861, evolving from the weekly New York Reformer, which had been established in Watertown eleven years before. With the advent of the Civil War, and the necessity of getting news quicker being an urgent matter, a daily paper was created.
The original daily Reformer of 1861 was a four-page publication of about 1,500 circulation during the Civil War and less in the years following. It was edited from offices at the east end of the Paddock Arcade and moved into a new location on Arcade Street in 1861. The paper took its present name in 1870.
The Johnson family’s involvement with the Times began in 1904 when Harold B. Johnson joined the city staff at age 22.
Mr. Johnson became editor in 1919 and acquired the business in 1932. The newspaper, now in its fourth generation of family ownership, moved to 260 Washington Street in 1962.
The paper has the largest news gathering staff in the north country, and covers news in Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Oswego counties. It is Northern New York’s leader in reporting and advertising in print and online.
“The printed word possesses substance. Newspapers seek to provide as news that which has authenticity and thereby will stand up in contrast to the babble of misinformation.” - John B. Johnson, editor and publisher, 1949-2002.
HOW TO REACH US
Watertown Daily Times
260 Washington St.
Watertown, NY 13601
Phone: (315) 782-1000
Toll-free: (800) 724-1012
Journal & Republican
7556 S. State St., Suite 1B
Lowville, NY 13367
Phone: (315) 377-6004
1 Harrowgate Commons
Massena, NY 13662
Phone: (315) 769-2451
Oswego County Weeklies
80 N. Jefferson Street
Mexico, NY 13114
Phone: (315) 963-7813
CIRCULATION CUSTOMER SERVICE
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