For more than 100 years, our newsrooms has been serving the residents of Palm Beach County, delivering trustworthy, accurate and thorough reports as if this were the center of the world — because, for our readers and us, it is.
The Palm Beach Post’s and Palm Beach Daily News’ roots run deep in this county. So much so, that over the years, we’ve not only covered the news, we are a part of this growing, diverse community.
And we’ve never relied more on our subscribers to support the county’s largest newsgathering operation as we work around the clock to deliver essential information not only to driveways and doorsteps, but increasingly to mobile phones and laptops.
To that end, through Feb. 26, the Post and Daily News are offering a digital-only subscription for $1 for six months.
Why? Because we want you as a subscriber. And because no one covers this county with the depth and breadth that we do. No one.
Palm Beach Post and Daily News reporters care about the community and are committed to serving the public. But they can’t do it without you. As a subscriber, you play a vital role in supporting local journalism.
Digital benefits of a Palm Beach Post subscription
With these seven benefits of a Palm Beach Post or Daily News subscription, you’ll be among the first to learn about breaking news with personalized news alerts, flip through a digital replica of the print paper and access exclusive deals.
1. Subscription provides instant and unlimited access
Great stories don’t stop with great writing. Subscribers who are logged in will have unlimited access to our strong journalism, compelling videos, diverse photo galleries and interactive data visuals. Read our analysis pieces, weekly columns by Frank Cerabino and check out our Miami Dolphins football coverage.
Here are some samples of our journalism:
2. COVID-19 coverage
The Palm Beach Post provides daily coronavirus updates along with the latest news about the COVID-19 vaccines and CDC guidelines. Our journalists have established expertise on the topic, with access to health industry leaders and community leaders.
Some examples of our coverage:
3. What’s new for food and dining?
If you’re hungry for news about the Palm Beach County culinary scene, the Palm Beach Post has got you covered. Recent stories include restaurants that have opened and closed amid the pandemic, celebrity visits (we’re talking about you, Guy Fieri!), and a fun read about a single mom getting two $1,000 tips in one night because of a Crosstown Tip-Off Challenge.
Let these stories whet your appetite for food news:
4. Business coverage
We know how important business coverage is, especially as our economy reopens, and our reporting has brought awareness to that recovery in Palm Beach County. As more and more residents receive COVID-19 vaccinations, they are looking to get out eat, shop and travel. We keep you up-to-date on what our local business community is doing.
Some examples from our business/consumer team:
5. Apps: For iPhone and Android
Palm Beach Post offers apps that can be personalized to your liking. The Palm Beach Post apps (for iPhone and Android) allow you to download articles for offline reading and choose your own article display option. You can personalize notifications (breaking news, top stories, sports or entertainment) so you can get the news you want, right when it happens. Just search PostNOW.
6. E-Edition: Digital replica of the Palm Beach Post
You can access the print edition daily on your computer, mobile device, or tablet by accessing the e-Edition, a digital replica of our print edition. The e-Edition can be accessed on our website or through The Palm Beach Post ePaper app. (ePaper for iPhone and Android).
7. Daily Briefing newsletters
To keep our subscribers informed, we offer a suite of newsletters to keep you up-to-date on the top news, sports, business and things to do stories each week. You can receive the top 5 articles to your inbox each day in the form of the Daily Briefing newsletter, complete with photos and article summaries. Or you can sign up for our coronavirus watch newsletter. Subscribers can click through to the full articles straight from the email. We also offer subscribers an exclusive newsletter that introduces you to our journalists and gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the top stories and how your subscription helps fund our journalism. We also off weekly newsletters specifically for these Palm Beach County communities: Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington, West Palm Beach, Lake Worth Beach, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton. To sign up for any of our newsletters, go here.
How do I sign up?
We have various special offers. To support local journalism and to find the right subscription for you, visit palmbeachpost.com/subscribe.
Along with our award-winning reporting, as a subscriber, you also get exclusive access to our premium content.
We’re grateful to every one of you who supports our newsroom.
Thank you, and please let me know how we can improve by emailing suggestions to [email protected]
Rick Christie is Executive Editor of The Palm Beach Post and Deputy Regional Editor for USA TODAY NETWORK-Florida, which includes the Palm Beach Daily News. Email him at [email protected], and follow him on Twitter @rchristiepbp. Subscribe to independent reporting that supports democracy via subscribe.palmbeachpost.com.
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