Monday through Saturday the newspaper publishes four sections:
There are also different sections which appear once a week as section D: Food (on Wednesdays), Entertainment Extra (Thursdays, printed as a tabloid), UpNext in Entertainment (Fridays), and a TV listings magazine on Saturday, with listings beginning on Sunday morning and continuing through the rest of the week.
The Sunday edition is, like most other newspapers, greatly expanded. In addition to the four sections mentioned, there is also sections dedicated to business, entertainment, life and work, and health, among others.
The Vindicator was from the 1800s and is still around today.
The Vindicator was established in the rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada in the 1800s, and is still around today.
The vast majority of content available on vindy.com is provided at no charge. There is, however, a "digital edition" available on the site at the same subscription rate as the printed edition. It is delivered in PDF format and includes access to the papers electronic archive dating back to 1999.
The Vindicator breaks local news on its primary website, vindy.com, around the clock. This feature is branded "NewsWatch" and is updated more frequently than the general site
The paper's staff has gone on strike twice. The first strike was in 1964 and lasted nearly eight months; the strikers published the Steel Valley Times during this time. The second strike lasted from November 2004 to July 2005, and the strikers published their own paper, The Valley Voice, during this time. The latter strike was settled although the demands of the union were not met, mostly because the Vindicator had announced that if the strike was not settled when it was, they would begin hiring an entirely new staff to replace them.
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