Cleveland newspaper cuts home delivery

The Plain Dealer in Cleveland announced Thursday that it is cutting back home delivery of the newspaper to three days a week.

The Plain Dealer, Ohio's largest daily, will be delivered on Sunday and two other still unspecified days of the week beginning in late summer, publisher Terry Egger said in a news release. The newspaper will still be printed every day and be available for purchase at thousands of outlets in northeast Ohio.

The newspaper, which has a weekday circulation of about 286,400, is owned by New York-based Advance Publications Inc., which also owns the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

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