The Chicago area has two major daily newspapers, and numerous smaller daily and weekly publications.

            The Chicago Tribune has been providing the public with reliable and informative news for over 150 years.  This paper has a daily circulation of over 500,000 copies, and is one of the nation’s ten largest daily publications.  It can be bought almost anywhere around the city.  The above linked Tribune website is very informative and easily navigated.  There, one will find all of the day’s top stories, as well as links to specific sections such as Sports, Business, and Entertainment.     

            The Chicago Sun-Times is the city’s other major daily publication, and has a circulation of 72,000 copies per day.  It can be bought almost anywhere around the city.  The above linked Sun-Times website has all of the day’s top stories, links to specific sections such as Sports, Business, and Entertainment, and even a section dedicated to Roger Ebert’s Movie Reviews.  This site also has a very thorough Archive , from which users can search for articles dating back numerous years.

            The Suburban Chicago Newspapers website is a good place to catch up on major stories published in numerous smaller newspapers around the area.