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The Guardian strikes to electronic mail e-newsletter

Expensive Guardian readers:

In March, the Guardian will transition from a print newspaper delivered to houses and companies to an electronic mail e-newsletter delivered on to your in-box in your cellphone or laptop. The considerate protection you’re accustomed to receiving in regards to the folks and points necessary to you will not change.

The financial challenges of the native information enterprise imply that we will now not proceed to offer a free printed newspaper to the neighborhood. As a substitute, for these readers who join, we are going to ship a weekly electronic mail e-newsletter on Wednesdays the place you possibly can simply entry native information from East Gainesville, about subjects resembling Black-owned companies, neighborhood engagement alternatives, spirituality, well being, training, youth sports activities and extra.

These tales can even be out there on our web site, Residents who subscribe to the Gainesville Solar can even see a few of these tales within the printed version of the Solar all through the week.

The ultimate print version of the Guardian can be Thursday, March 2. The primary electronic mail e-newsletter is scheduled for March 8. To enroll in the e-mail e-newsletter, ship an electronic mail to or go to https://profile. You may also scan the accompanying QR code together with your cellphone digital camera, which can take you to the web page to enroll.

Use this QR code to sign up for the new Gainesville Guardian email newsletter

A distinguished historical past

The primary version of the Gainesville Guardian was revealed on Thursday, Aug. 24, 2005, with the centerpiece story being in regards to the formation of the African American Accountability Alliance of Alachua County, or 4As.

The formation of the group grew out of a summit that resulted within the creation of labor teams that centered on getting Black residents appointed and elected to authorities positions, well being care points, selling civic, social and neighborhood organizations, crime and legislation enforcement points, Black companies, fraternities and sororities and different elements of the Black neighborhood in East Gainesville.

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