The Review (East Liverpool)

The Review
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Ogden Newspapers
Publisher Larry Dorschner
Editor Jim Mackey
Founded 1879
Headquarters 210 East 4th Street
East Liverpool, Ohio 43920
 United States
Circulation 8,000 (Daily and Sunday)

The Review is a daily local newspaper based in East Liverpool, Ohio and serving the city of East Liverpool, southern Columbiana County, Ohio and northern Hancock County, West Virginia. The paper was founded in 1879 by former Pittsburgh Gazette city editor William McCord as a weekly paper called The Saturday Review, launching on October 29 of that year. In 1885, the paper increased its publication to a daily basis, a frequency the paper maintains to the present. Following this change, the paper was retitled The Evening News Review. In 1904, this was shortened to The Evening Review and by the 1930s, the paper had been retitled as the East Liverpool Review.[1] Today, the paper is simply called The Review and is owned by Ogden Newspapers, who also owns the nearby newspapers Morning Journal (Lisbon, Ohio), Salem News (Salem, Ohio), Tribune Chronicle (Warren, Ohio), Herald-Star (Steubenville, Ohio), Weirton Daily Times (Weirton, West Virginia), Martins Ferry Times Leader (Martins Ferry, Ohio) and The Intelligencer & Wheeling News Register (Wheeling, West Virginia).


  1. Waight, Glenn H. "Early County Newspapers". East Liverpool Historical Society. Retrieved September 20, 2013.
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