The Gorham Times
print edition is published every other Thursday, covering the news of
the entire Gorham, Maine community. It reflects the many components of our
town, and as such presents government, schools, organizations, and
people. It does not not take an editorial stance but does encourage the
airing of different viewpoints by providing a forum for fair-minded
The Gorham Times is a
nonprofit corporation, funded entirely by advertising revenues. Its
start-up, in August 1995, was supported by the generous donations of
many Gorham residents and business people, and by our advertisers.
The foremost goal of the Gorham
is to "Bring the News to all of Gorham." To this end, the staff of this
newspaper and its Board of Directors are dedicated to quality Gorham
news coverage and to serving its advertisers.
The Gorham Times
is mailed free to Gorham businesses and our advertisers. It is also
mailed to subscribers and distributed to over 100 sites throughout
Gorham and surrounding towns. We are proud of extremely high
readership. In a community of 4,600+ owner occupied households, 4,400
issues of the Gorham Times are circulated.
welcome new writers, photographers, distribution help, advertising, and
office staff. If you or someone you know are interested in volunteering
to help the paper in these ways, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank You to these
Gorham Times Volunteers The Gorham Times
was founded by volunteers in 1985 and is still run by volunteers.
Thanks to our many volunteers ages 16-80, for all of the time
effort they give to this valuable community asset.
The Gorham Times
print version is mailed free to Gorham businesses and advertisers. It
is also mailed to subscribers and distributed to more than 100 sites
throughout Gorham and surrounding towns.We are proud of our extremely
high readership. In a community of 4,600+ owner occupied households,
4,400 issues of the Gorham Times are circulated.
A few facts about the town's population
illustrate why the Gorham Times
presents an excellent marketing opportunity: Gorham's population of
approximately 16,400 has a median age of 34.3 years with 43.2% falling
between the ages of 25 and 54. Primarily professionally and
administratively employed, this population has a median income well
above Maine's or Portland's median income.
General Manager:Sue Dunn Editor:Karen DiDonato Business Manager:Stacy Sallinen Advertising Coordinator: Stacy Sallinen Design/Production:Shirley Douglas Police
Beat: Sheri Faber Staff
Writers: Jacob Adams, John Curley, Roger Marchand Features:Chris Crawford Photographers:Amanda Landry, Stacie Leavitt, Rich Obrey Public Service:Jackie Francis Sports:John Curley, Marty Gagnon School News: Andrea Morrell Webmaster:Judi Jones Distribution Coordinator:Russ Frank Distribution:Jason
Beever, Jim Boyko, Janice Boyko, Scott Burnheimer, Steve Caldwell, Becky Curtis, Janie
Farr, Russ Frank, Bob Mulkern, Jeff Pike, John Richard, David Willis Interns:Avery Arena, Mallory Campbell, Hannah Douglas, Elle Spurr Board of Directors:Bruce Hepler (President), Shannon Phinney Dowdle (Secretary), Alan Bell, Tom Biegel, Katherine Corbett, Peter Gleason, Carol Jones, George Sotiropoulos, Michael Wing
If you have a comment, suggestion, would
like to volunteer, send a Letter to the Editor, or need to contact the Gorham
Times, click the e-mail link below and it will be forwarded
to the appropriate parties.