Another midstate newspaper is moving to a three-day-a-week print schedule.
The move will allow the paper to focus on its online products, Glines said. The paper first made the announcement via Twitter.
The Evening Sun will survey advertisers and readers to determine the best two weekdays to publish, Glines said. The three editions will include seven days' worth of comics, puzzles and TV listings, she said.
The publication is owned by MediaOnePA, which also owns the two York daily newspapers, the Lebanon Daily News and the Chambersburg Public Opinion. There are "no plans" to change their publication schedules, according to an FAQ posted on the Evening Sun website.
The midstate's largest-circulation newspaper, the Harrisburg Patriot-News, shifted to a three-day schedule in January, and it now prints Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday editions. The paper is owned by New York-based Advance Publications Inc.
Last year, MediaOnePA put four of its newspapers' buildings up for sale. It has consolidated printing for all publications and much of its business operations at the York Newspaper Co. building in West Manchester Township and no longer needs the excess space at the other properties, according to news reports at the time. All four properties remain for sale, according to Rock Commercial Real Estate listings.