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1. How often is Allied News published? Allied News is a twice-weekly paper, published Wednesday and Saturday.
2. What are your deadlines? Classified line ads -- such as for garage sales, apartments for rent, articles for sale, etc. -- must be paid by 4 p.m. Monday for Wednesday and by 4 p.m. Thursday for Saturday. Display ads -- commonly called retail ads, or those with artwork and typically enclosed in a box -- are due by 10 a.m. Friday for the following Wednesday, and by 10 a.m. Thursday for Saturday. Obituaries must be submitted by 8 a.m. Tuesday for Wednesday, and by 8 a.m. Friday for Saturday. Sports and news items should generally be submitted by 2 p.m. Monday for Wednesday and by 5 p.m. Thursday for Saturday, although many specific kinds of items have specific deadline requirements. Please scroll down through the questions if you need the deadline for a specific item.
1. Does Allied News have a circulation department? Not at this time. Our department has been combined with that of The Herald, our sister paper in Sharon, Pa. The most direct way to get answers to questions about subscriptions is to call The Herald at 724-981-6100 or toll-free 800-981-1692, ask for circulation, and tell the representative you are calling about your Allied News. Please make sure to always specify that you are calling regarding your Allied News, or the representative will assume you are calling about The Herald.
2. How do I subscribe to Allied News? The most direct way is to call The Herald, following the guidelines in question 1, and ask to receive Allied News. The representative can determine, based upon your street address, how you will receive your paper -- whether by mail or by carrier -- and how much it will cost. Frequently, we publish a coupon that you can cut out, fill out and mail to us with a check to start a subscription. Or, call or stop in at Allied News and we will take down your information.