Henry County Enterprise to publish weekly starting
in September, accepting subscriptions
The Henry County Enterprise will mark its anniversary by transitioning to a paid subscription weekly publication, starting on Sept. 7.
Mail delivery and digital subscriptions also are being accepted.
The newspaper also is accepting classified advertisements, calendar notices and club news.
The Henry County Enterprise began publishing monthly in April after its debut as a quarterly newspaper in September 2018.
“The positive response and outpouring of support from the communities in Martinsville and Henry County are driving this transition to a weekly publication,” said Debbie Hall, editor. “The support has been tremendous.”
Hall added that a weekly publication will provide more flexibility. “It also will allow us to cover more news as well as features,” she said, noting that ideas and submissions from readers are welcome.
The Henry County Enterprise and The Enterprise in Patrick County both are owned by Virginia Media Inc. That is a subsidiary of Mountain Media LLC, in Lewisburg, W.Va., which owns and publishes newspapers in both states. The company’s newspapers in Virginia include The News Messenger in Blacksburg, The Radford News Journal, The Fincastle Herald, The Salem Times Register and The New Castle Record.
The Enterprise in Patrick County is based in Stuart and covers the communities in Patrick County. Its first edition was printed in 1876, making it among the oldest continuously operating businesses in that county.
For more information about either Enterprise or to suggest story ideas, call Hall at (276) 694-3101 or email@example.com.
To subscribe to the Henry County Enterprise, call (304) 647-5724 or go online to www.henrycountyenterprise.com.