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The Journal Inquirer is a tabloid-sized newspaper published on Monday to Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings in Manchester, Connecticut, USA. It serves 17 towns in the north-central part of the state of Connecticut.
|"The JI tells it like it is. Somebody has to."|
|Owner(s)||Neil & Elizabeth Ellis|
|Headquarters||306 Progress Drive|
Manchester, Connecticut 06045
The regional paper prints in three editions:
- 1st edition: Enfield, Somers, Suffield, East Windsor, Windsor and Windsor Locks.
- 2nd edition: Manchester, East Hartford, Bolton, Andover, Coventry and Hebron.
- 3rd edition: Vernon, Ellington, Tolland, South Windsor, and Stafford.
The paper moved from a garage in the Rockville section of Vernon to its present location in Manchester in 1974.
JI style: Contrary to popular practice, the Journal Inquirer defies AP Style and embraces the oxford comma. Somebody has to.