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Delivery and newspaper pickup FAQ

The Gazette delivers thousands of newspapers across hundreds of neighborhoods every week. It is important to us that if you want a copy, you can get one as easily as possible if it's offered in your area, and if you don't want the paper, we don't continue delivering it to your home.

If you want to request or stop delivery of The Gazette community editions

If you wish to get The Gazette delivered to your home or to stop delivery, call the numbers listed below. Deliver may not be available in all areas.

Montgomery County: 301-670-7350

Prince George’s County: 301-670-7350

If you want to request or stop delivery of The Business Gazette

If you want to request or cancel a subscription for The Business Gazette, our Friday publication, contact 240-864-1558.

Rates for The Business Gazette

-Montgomery County: $12 for a 3-month subscription, $24 for 6 months, $34 for a year

-Other areas in Maryland: $14 for a 3-month subscription, $24 for 6 months, $42 for a year

-Out-of-state: $16 for a 3-month subscription, $32 for 6 months, $48 for a year

Delivery problems

Call the numbers below to report problems with delivery

Montgomery County: 301-670-7350

Prince George’s County: 301-670-7350

Short-term delivery stoppage

If you want delivery of The Gazette to your home to be stopped temporarily for vacations or other short-term events

Montgomery County: 301-670-7350

Prince George’s County: 301-670-7350

If you want to pick up copies of The Gazette

Each week, all editions of The Gazette are available at our Laurel office (13501 Virginia Manor Road, Laurel, MD 20707) and our Gaithersburg office (9030 Comprint Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877).

For older papers, both the Montgomery and Prince George’s offices keep copies of the previous few weeks’ issues, which can be requested in small amounts and picked up. Please call ahead for availability.

Papers are also available at many locations throughout communities in our coverage areas. A listing of locations which should have papers each week is listed below. If you visit a location from this list and they do not have papers, please let us know so we can look into the issue.

For older articles, Gazette.Net has listings for many of them, some as far back as 1997. The archives are searchable:

The Montgomery County Historical Society may be able to help you find articles which do not appear on the website.

If you want bulk copies of newspapers for non-reading uses

The Gazette does not offer old newspapers in bulk.