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Online-Access Only Package
One year – $45
Too much paper cluttering up your lifestyle? Going green? Staying somewhere far away from home sweet home? Whatever your reason may be, stay up-to-date with Geauga County news with this package. Our website is updated every Thursday with all the content from the newspaper, as well as updated with any breaking news that comes up the rest of the week. You also have access to our pdf archives and all content on the website.
IN COUNTY Print Edition Newspaper and Website Access
One Year – $45
Two Year – $80
For home and the office! Receive a hard copy of our newspaper at your desired address each Thursday, and feel free to browse the website at your leisure, wherever you may be, and to stay up-to-date with any breaking news. This rate is for Geauga County newspaper deliveries ONLY. Snowbird rates apply. See description in “Senior/Snowbird Rate” below.
OUT OF COUNTY, Print Edition Newspaper and Website Access
One Year – $60
Two Year – $110
Stay up to date while you’re away! You may not be a current Geauga County resident, but you sure want to keep up with the news. Whether you are web-savvy or not, this package will ensure you get a print copy of each edition. You also have complete access to the online edition to help you keep up.*
*With out-of-county mailings, the USPS may delay delivery of your newspaper depending on your location. Lost or delayed mailings are not the responsibility of the Maple Leaf.
Senior/Snowbird Rate, Print Edition with Website Access (Geauga County Only)
One Year Senior – $40
One Year Snowbird – $50
A special rate just for our very special senior citizens in Geauga County.
Full access to www.geaugamapleleaf.com is included for all Print Edition subscribers! You will receive a print edition newspaper each week on Thursday, as well as all printed feature sections, plus access to our online content all week. Snowbird rate applies to any subscriber who has their newspaper forwarded to an address outside of Geauga County for more than 4 weeks per year.