Here in the metro Atlanta area we have only one choice for our major daily newspaper and that is the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (the AJC). In addition to the printed daily newspaper, the AJC also has an extensive online site that covers everything from headlines to classifieds. Together the printed paper and the online site reach over 2.3 million people each week. The AJC holds the 16th place spot on the list of top 100 US daily papers by circulation.
Through out my years here in the Atlanta area I have subscribed to the paper many times both daily and on weekends. I found that too many times the papers were being piled up in the corner or taken to the recycle bin before they even made it out of their protective plastic sleeve. Now we only get the paper when we know we are going to have time to actually read it.
The edition we do get every week is the Sunday First Edition. It is available around town on Saturday afternoons and features all the same great sections and stories as the regular Sunday edition minus the up to the minute top stories and sports scores. The Sunday First Edition is $2.00 just like the regular Sunday edition.
In my house we enjoy sleeping in on Sunday mornings so we go through the paper on Saturday night and plan our Sunday around what stores if any we need to visit to hit the best deals. This really comes in handy around the holidays when you are looking for those hard to get items. We have no problem not getting the top stories and scores since we can catch it all online at http://www.ajc.com/.