Having a news source to call your own is part of your local identity. It’s the conversation starter between strangers and friends at coffee shop. It’s where your sons, daughters, nieces and nephews are featured for winning the big game. It’s where you announce the birth of a child and the passing of a loved one.
Your local news source IS the essence of your community, and local news is what we do. And we do it differently. BarrieToday is led by local Community Editor Sue Sgambati and is joined by contributors Shawn Gibson, Glenn Wilkins and Wendy King, with Kim Black handling local sales.
You’re probably asking yourself, “Where do I fit into all of this?”
Firstly: keep visiting BarrieToday for all of your local news and community information.
And secondly, join the growing number of community members in the fight to save jobs and local news by pledging $5 a month to the Support Local News campaign – that costs less than a cup of coffee for you and a friend.