Welcome to the new FREE Camden Herald
On March 17, the Camden Herald is relaunched as a direct-mail newspaper. Each week the Camden Herald reaches 8,400 homes in Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville, and Hope. It is the same great Camden Herald you’ve come to love, just in a more mail-friendly package AND conveniently delivered to your mailbox every week free of charge.
News and Information Submissions
Advertising and Marketing Opportunities
The Camden Herald is a great way to reach thousands of people each week, let us help promote your business or organization by advertising in the Camden Herald. It’s an easy and affordable way to reach the residents of Camden, Rockport, Lincolnville, and Hope. For more information email [email protected] or call (207) 236-8511
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I opt out of receiving the free Camden Herald at my home address? I don’t want it.
A: The Camden Herald is a bulk mail product that is delivered to every valid mailing address in Rockport, Camden, Lincolnville, and Hope. We cannot exclude any addresses. However, you can recycle your copy or donate it to a local nursing home, homeless shelter, or food pantry.
Q: I don’t live in one of the towns receiving free print copies of the Camden Herald. How can I get a copy? Is it in stores?
A: The Camden Herald will not be available in local stores. It will be a bulk mail product for designated towns only. You can purchase an online subscription to Knox VillageSoup which will carry the E-edition of the Camden Herald along with access to all The Courier Gazette news.