The Observer-Reporter is the local daily newspaper for Greene and Washington counties. More than 70,000 readers enjoy the Observer-Reporter every day. The company also publishes a weekly newspaper, The Almanac, which reaches 133,650 adults south of Pittsburgh.
Founded in August of 1808, the newspaper has been owned by the same family for 107 years. Publisher Tom Northrop is the great-grandson of John L. Stewart who purchased The Observer and The Reporter in 1902 to form the Observer Publishing Company. Commitment to the community through service and contributions is a hallmark of every generation of the family owners.
Greene County Living is one of three community magazines published by the Observer Publishing Company. Distributed quarterly, the magazine highlights the community, history and outdoor opportunities in our county. The magazine is distributed in the Observer-Reporter and at stores and events throughout Greene County.
O-R Online continues to evolve and grow, attracting more than 145,000 unique visitors every week: http://www.observer-reporter.com.