News Website Debuts

News of Brooke County is now available through an entirely new medium.
Starting Dec. 1, the Brooke County Review launched its new website,
The website will contain the electronic edition of each week’s issue of the Review. That e-Edition is an exact replica of the printed version mailed to subscribers and sold in local stores each week.
In addition, the website will allow readers to see the headlines of stories each week, photos and more.
“Out new website is totally free to anyone,” said editor Jonathan McGoldrick. “We want everyone to have a chance to keep up with the news of Brooke County on any device they have, including phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.”
For the month of December access to the entire site will be free for everyone.
At the end of the month, the website will continue to offer free access to selected stories and all legal advertisements.
“We believe that legal advertisements are a key part of each week’s edition,” McGoldrick said. “They are where the public can see how their elected officials, especially those on the local level, are spending their tax dollars. By reading each week’s legal advertisements, anyone can see what the agencies are planning and how the money is spent.”
Access to all legal notices published in the Brooke County Review will always be free on the paper’s website.
The website will also offer free-limited access to stories and photos as a way of introducing readers to the Review. At the conclusion of the introductory offer, readers will be able to subscribe to the e-Edition for the low price of $4 per month or $36 per year.
“No longer will readers need to worry whether the post office will deliver their copies of the Review on time,” editor McGoldrick said. “This has been our number one complaint in recent years, and we think our new website provides the ultimate solution.”
Anyone with questions about the new website can call the Review office at 304.737.0946 or e-mail [email protected] 24 hours a day seven days a week.