Examiner Publications, Inc. is your community source for quality, in-depth news and information, taking an active approach in providing responsible coverage of local issues and events to its readers.
Our readers are from six very different and distinct towns and deserve the local news coverage that pertains just to them.
We pride ourselves on a strictly local hometown news approach. If the news is not in your backyard or next door, you won't find it in our papers.
Your family, your neighbors, your schools, your parade, your sports teams, your governments, your news, Your Examiner.
Examiner Publications, Inc. has been in business for over 37 years. The Examiner covers six separate communities; Bartlett, which began hitting the presses in 1991; Carol Stream, the major news source since 1978; Hanover Park, in 1992; Wayne which began in 1993; Streamwood, in 1997; South Elgin in 2005.
The Examiner is strictly a local, community newspaper. It tells the stories of the unsung heroes, often on page one. Municipal, Park District and School Board meetings are covered extensively. It also provides a valuable news platform for neighborhoods, churches, and civic and social groups.
The Examiner is sold on newsstands, by subscription through the Internet, and by carrier delivery, door to door.
The Bartlett Examiner circulation is 10,000
The Carol Stream Examiner circulation is 7,000
The Hanover Park Examiner circulation is 5,500
The South Elgin Examiner circulation is 7,000
The Streamwood Examiner circulation is 7,000
The Wayne Examiner circulation is 1,050
We're sure that you don't want your personal information to fall into the wrong hands. At Examiner Publications, Inc, neither do we.
When you visit the Examiner Publications, Inc web site, we may collect and store information about your visit on an anonymous basis. This information may include the time and length of your visit, and the pages you look at on our site. We may also record the name of your internet service provider.
We use this information only to measure the activity on our site and see which sites we may need to change. This information also tracks any technical errors on our site which we need to correct.
Rest assured, we are not able to track e-mail addresses just by visits to our site. The only way we receive your e-mail address is if you use one of our e-mail links to send or request information from us. We do not share this information with anyone and it is kept within our company.
Examiner Publications, Inc. reserves the right to alter our privacy policies at any time. Any alterations to these policies will be posted on our site in a timely manner.