How Do You Set up a Delivery Hold for the Star Tribune?


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Set up a delivery hold for the Chatham Star-Tribune by completing and submitting the Vacation Stop/Restart form on the newspaper's website. Access the form from the company home page, ChathamStarTribune.com. Hover the mouse over Home, select Subscription Services, then select Vacation Start/Stop. The delivery hold time must be a minimum of one month.

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The family-owned Star-Tribune began publication in 1869. As of January 2016, it serves 25,000 Virginia readers in Danville and Pittsylvania County, which includes Chatham, Gretna, Hurt, Ringgold and Blairs. The newspaper reports news pertaining to area events, including news items about government, crime, courts and public records. It also lets readers know about engagements and weddings, area sports results, and church, social and community activities.

Published each Wednesday, paid subscribers have free access to the online edition of the newspaper. Six-month and annual subscriptions are available, but the subscription price varies depending on the subscriber's location. The Star-Tribune offers a monthly payment plan for subscribers.

The Star-Tribune website provides a calendar of events. Subscribers can post events to this calendar to let readers know about upcoming events. They can also place and view classified ads. Local weather, obituaries and opinion articles are also available to newspaper subscribers.

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