The Mariemont Town Crier is published eight times a year and is full of interesting articles about people, places, and events in the Village of Mariemont. We are currently on hiatus for the summer, and will return with our September issue. If you have any story ideas, be sure to let us know! Email the editor at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Town Crier was started in 1975 by the now-defunct Mariemont Village Assembly as a way to keep residents informed about activities in the community. The staff is made up of volunteers who live in Mariemont, and the paper is delivered free of charge to over 2000 residences and businesses in the Village of Mariemont, Spring Hill, Williams Meadow, and Mariemont Landing.
Ideas for articles are always welcome. Just email Claire Kupferle, Editor, at email@example.com with your comments or suggestions. You may also contact the Editor if you are interested in placing an ad. Ad rates start at $20.
Inserts can be placed in each issue if they are from a non-profit group based in Mariemont. Cost for an insert is $50. The full amount goes directly to the area children who deliver the Town Criers.
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