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Conway Daily Sun

Seeking the Truth and Printing it.


64 Seavey St
PO Box 1940
North Conway, NH 03860
Fax: 603-356-8774
Last Updated: November 13, 2017


Holiday hours: Closed New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Special hours: Close early on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. Call for hours.


About Conway Daily Sun

Operating since: 1989

The Daily Sun newspaper is a strong, independent voice in the North Conway and surrounding communities and deliver reliable local news to readers and excellent value to advertisers.

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More About Conway Daily Sun

Welcome to The Conway Daily Sun, published Tuesday through Saturday with a daily print circulation of 16,100 and a daily average of 5,200 unique users online, and 2,700 readers of its e-edition. 

The Conway Daily Sun, along with its sister New Hampshire papers, The Laconia Daily Sun and The Berlin Daily Sun have a combined, daily print circulation of 41,000. In Maine, the Sun publishes The Portland Phoenix, an alternative weekly, with a circulation of 19,000.

Five times a year, the Sun also publishes North Conway magazine, a culture, outdoor recreation publication distributed throughout Mount Washington Valley and to the nine, state rest areas with a total yearly distribution of 140,000.  The Dining Guide is published twice a year, also distributed locally and to the rest areas, and has an annual distribution of 75,000. 

The Daily Sun newspapers are strong, independent voices in their communities and deliver reliable local news to readers and excellent value to advertisers.

Since the first Daily Sun was launched in Conway in 1989 by Mark Guerringue and Adam Hirshan, the Sun newspapers have built a trusted brand in all four markets based on a commitment to high quality community journalism and customer service.

The official, and original, motto of The Conway Daily Sun is "Seeking the Truth and Printing it."  As our brand of community journalism has evolved through the years we've also adopted the tag lines "Stirring the Pot Since 1989," Read Free, Advertise Smart," and "The News That Matters."

They all capture the spirit and essence of our mission, and we hope you enjoy reading our publications as much as we do creating them. 

Mark Guerringue



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