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3. I am a subscriber and did not receive my paper. What should I do? Please immediately call The Herald, as in question 1, and specify that you did not receive your Allied News. (Note that our young carriers in the borough of Grove City have until 6 p.m. to deliver the paper on Wednesdays; in the summer, you may get your paper earlier than you do during the school year.) If it is convenient for you, please stop in our office and tell us that you didn't receive your paper, and you may pick one up for free. If it is inconvenient for you to stop in, please tell the representative at The Herald, who can then arrange for someone to deliver a paper to you. Please always call the circulation department at The Herald first, though, as the representative there can look up your account to determine whether there is a problem with it.
4. I am going on vacation. Can you hold my paper while I'm away? Yes. Please call The Herald, as in question 1, and inform the representative of the dates you would like your Allied News stopped and resumed. If your trip is open-ended, simply call The Herald when you return home to resume receiving the paper.
5. I am headed to a warmer location for winter. Can I have my paper mailed to me there? Yes. Please call The Herald, as in question 1, and provide the representative with your current address, as well as the address where you would like the paper rerouted, and how long you would like it sent there. Please call again when you return -- or in advance of your return -- with the date you would like to resume having it sent to your primary residence.
6. Can I read the entire paper online at your website? Our website is intended to give readers highlights from our publication, which means that only selected items from the paper are published online. If you wish to read the entire paper, you may subscribe to receive the paper by mail or carrier, depending upon your location. We do not sell digital copies of our paper at this time.