No. The text of news articles will match in both formats, but other content can be different. For example, the digital website format does not include many print features, including weather pages, sports tables, stock prices and advertising, including paid obituaries. Articles on the website that were published between 1985 and 2000 often do not include photos, maps or other content that appeared alongside them in print. After 2000, this content began to appear more often in digital versions and increasing numbers of articles, extra photos and other content were published only online.Also, the Times website does not have rights to certain freelance articles, book excerpts and opinion essays, most of these published during the 1980s and 1990s. These will only be found in the print versions at newspapers.com.
In recent years, newspapers publish their content on websites. Online newspaper searches are best for recent deaths dating six months ago due to records limitations on how much information is stored online. County archives are best when searching through papers for obituaries starting six months ago and further back.
This is one of the most user-friendly, searchable databases containing dozens of different types of documents. Ancestry.com contains everything from census records to ship manifests and newspaper archives. It also provides a convenient option to search for a person according to birth, marriage, and death records.
Tributes.com offers a free obituary search and also offers information from the Social Security Administration, linking to other sites for various newspaper obituaries. You can search for a person's birthdate, death date, and residence at time of death.
The Circulation department is responsible for delivering your newspaper to you. Employees handle any issues related to subscriptions, delivery problems, vacation stops and starts, newspaper boxes and other customer service questions.
Torstar Syndication Services collects, packages and distributes content from Torstar newspapers and external sources. The department is also responsible for managing content rights, marketing and licensing content, and providing research and information-gathering services.
Star Classifieds can be reached at 416-777-7777 or toll-free 1-800-268-8323, by fax 416-814-3270 or by email email@example.com. For death notices, please call 416-869-4229, fax 416-814-3273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept jpeg or Word attachments only.
The Advertising department can be contacted by phone at 416-869-4242, toll-free at 1-800-268-8323 or by email at email@example.com. (Please don't send attachments.) To advertise in Starweek, please call 416-869-4244.
Stories, photos and pages of the newspaper going back to the first issue in 1894 are accessible through your local public library. For articles that were published online, there is a free search tool that can be accessed by clicking on the search icon (magnifying glass) in the top right corner of thestar.com, then typing your search request in the grey search box. 2b1af7f3a8