Become a Community Publisher

As local newspapers crumble, more and more communities across the U.S. are left with little or no trustworthy original reporting. This underscores the need for a new model for journalism that can revitalize the informed the public.

What a Community Publisher Does:

  • Build relationships with business owners, and help each other grow within your community.
  • Be active in local organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, BNI, and other networking groups.
  • Be a consultant for the businesses that advertise with you and help them on concepts, events, promotions and more!

Becoming a Roundup Publisher is a part-time or full-time independent contractor position. It requires your commitment in order to effectively operate and maximize your community goals.

  • Check Out These Central CT Tastylicious Caterers

    06/28/2020 by

    Central Connecticut is the home to posh weddings, giant corporate events, and fun parties for virtually no reason at all. Each of these need great catering, and fortunately, the Connecticut is also one of the world’s culinary destinations. These 3 caterers are known for providing the best food services in CT. 1. Emily’s Catering Group, Bristol,… Read more

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  • 15 creepy and crazy Connecticut Legends

    06/27/2020 by

    A compilation of some of Connecticut’s creepiest — or craziest — hauntings, urban legends and destinations. Read on if you dare. *Many of the locations listed below are private property that is closed to the public * 1 Piano Music Playing From Underneath Salem’s Gardner Lake Upon first glance, the legend is more weird than… Read more

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  • 6 STRANGE lAWS IN CONNECTICUT

    06/27/2020 by

    Connecticut certainly has its fair share of weird laws.  There are so many that we actually had to cut some from this list.  Sorry Guilford, banning colored Christmas lights is not as funny as Hartford’s ban on educating dogs. 1. Biking Faster than 65mph Don’t you hate it when you’re cruising around in your car and… Read more

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  • Great Drives Along the Connecticut Coast

    06/27/2020 by

    Everyone knows that busy I-95 and U.S. Route 1 follow the Connecticut shoreline from Greenwich east out to Stonington, but there are a lot of lesser known routes that’ll give you the flavor of the coast and sometimes take you right down to the water. Before getting out of your car, be sure to check… Read more

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  • Anti-Racism Resources: Educate Yourself

    06/24/2020 by

    Diving into the world of anti-racism for the first time can be confronting. It may feel challenging to understand your place and where to begin with educating yourself. Luckily, there are endless resources online to help you learn about anti-racism work, dismantle the unconscious biases that exist within yourself, and take action to create a… Read more

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  • The 10 BEST CT Lottery Scratch Offs

    06/24/2020 by

    How did you pick your last CT Lottery scratch off?  Did you go for that flashy new game or was a certain ticket calling your name? However you picked it, chances are you wasted your money.  Sorry.  It’s not your fault.  No one told you there was a better way. What if you knew which… Read more

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  • 25th Annual Edmund Ganem 5K Race/Walk Slated for july 18

    06/23/2020 by

    The Rotary Club of Terryville, CT’s 25th Annual Edmund Ganem 5K Race/Walk will be held Saturday, July 18, 2020 at 9:30am.  Some new protocols will be in place to ensure the health and safety of our runners and volunteers. Pre-register online at https://www.raceentry.com/races/edmund-ganem-memorial-5k-runwalk/2020/register and enjoy reduced registration fees.  Participants may also register the day of the race… Read more

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  • For Kids: Discover Connecticut – Virtually

    06/20/2020 by

    Exploring Connecticut’s attractions is always a fantastic way to spend a day with the family, and while we may not be able to visit them all in person, there’s still much to discover –  virtually. Here is list of family-friendly virtual experiences. Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry, Storrs Offering virtual puppet-making workshops and puppet… Read more

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