Voice of the Hill closing
The Voice of the Hill, the monthly newspaper covering Capitol Hill's neighborhoods, is closing.
The paper announced Tuesday on its Web site that it would cease publication.
"Due to the recession, advertising dollars from community businesses are not sufficient to support a high quality, home-delivered community newspaper," reads a portion of the statement.
Read more about the Voice and its founders at Story Lab.
Washington Post editors
| May 5, 2010; 8:45 AM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: Advertising, Newspaper, Recession, Washington DC
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