Before newspaper home delivery, breakfast entertainment was limited to playing indoor baseball with overcooked bacon for a bat and a cantaloupe for the ball. Fill morning meals with need-to-know reading material: for $36, you get a six-month Sunday subscription (a $71.94 value) to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution with home delivery within the following counties: Fulton, Cobb, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Clayton, Cherokee, Forsyth, Henry, Fayette, Douglas, Coweta, Paulding, Hall, Rockdale, Bartow, Carroll, Floyd, Newton, Walton, and Polk.
Known for its in-depth stories and watchdog mentality toward governmental and business issues, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution delivers complete local coverage and breaking stories directly to your doorstep every Sunday. Inside each issue, key sections, such as metro, sports, jobs, and more, keep readers informed about local and non-local events and provide a range of opinions to ponder over a cup of coffee or almond puree. Re-think attending a local festival after reviewing the living & arts section, consult the business section before investing in floppy-disc futures, or impress the people around you with the knowledge embedded within an in-depth feature. Over the next six months, readers can look forward to detailed coverage on the race for the new governor and college and pro football coverage. In addition to current eventiness, the paper is filled with money-saving advertising inserts that can inspire subscribers to create a shopping list for the holidays or a Y2K fallout shelter.
Other stoops will be jealous of the satisfying thud made by the weighty Sunday edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Put your bathrobe to good use when collecting the paper, or start training a communal neighborhood dog to carry it to the breakfast table.
Celebrated for its meticulous reporting of nearby and national affairs, as well as its lengthy opinion section, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution conveys informational nuggets to curious brains. Sports features refresh loyal SEC football fans’ memories of difficult fight-song choreography, and business and opinion pieces act as a better morning digestive than biscuits and paint chips. Extensive local coverage ranging from city politics to transportation issues keeps Atlantans informed of events in their vicinity. Locals can also stay informed on the go by visiting myAJC.com, which features the latest news, sports, and traffic—along with exclusive digital extras, searchable databases, and videos—all of which can be accessed 24/7. Digital customers can also peruse the paper digitally page-by-page via the AJCePaper app, available for tablets along with laptops and desktops.