Documented is a nonprofit news site that addresses the lack of local news for and about New York City’s 3.1 million immigrants. It regularly publishes investigative pieces that have had a widespread impact on local policy. The mission is to ensure that immigrant residents are also readers, and in 2019 they launched a Spanish-language WhatsApp-based news service to better serve Spanish-speaking immigrants.

WYPR 88.1 FM

WYPR is Baltimore's NPR news station and has served the community for nearly 20 years. WYPR is committed to covering a diverse community. Its mission is to inform, connect and even challenge listeners in the metro area, and across the state via signals in Frederick and Ocean City, Maryland, by broadcasting programs of intellectual integrity and cultural merit. In 2021, it won several of the industry's highest journalism awards.

ecoRI News

A nonprofit digital newsroom covering environmental and justice issues in Rhode Island, ecoRI News highlights local environmental problems and solutions, and aims to provide readers with the information they need to be better stewards of their environment. The go-to source for agency heads, policymakers, environmental nonprofits and citizens, ecoRI's signature publication, a free weekly e-newsletter, reaches 13,000 inboxes every week, and the website averages 50,000 visitors a month.

Seven Days

Seven Days is a free, award-winning weekly paper with a print circulation of 35,000, the largest in Vermont, and a news site. Founded in 1995, Seven Days has been an improbable success story, thriving as traditional print media declined and filling a news void. It's been called “The New Yorker of the north” and for good reason: Seven Days delivers news with depth and context, such as a 5,000-word piece that revealed that people wait months to see specialists at the area's largest hospital. The state launched an immediate investigation in response.

Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

Independent Newsmedia, with a mission of public service journalism, publishes community papers in Delaware and Maryland, including these weeklies: Dorchester Banner, Crisfield-Somerset County Times and Salisbury Independent, all on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Stories break on Bay To Bay News, the news site of Independent Newsmedia.

New Haven Independent

The New Haven Independent is a nonprofit news site, and features reporting on New Haven neighborhoods, government, politics, criminal justice, schools, business, arts and culture. It is produced in conjunction with the Online Journalism Project, a nonprofit effort to promote stand-alone and hyperlocal news sites.

Spotlight PA

Spotlight PA launched in 2019 and is now the largest newsroom dedicated to covering the state government and statewide issues in Pennsylvania. Focusing on investigative reporting, Spotlight PA, a nonprofit, delivers public service journalism at no cost to 77 newsroom partners throughout the state—a network that reaches 35 million people per month. Its journalism is changing the status quo in Harrisburg, the state capital, and driving meaningful policy change across the fifth-largest state in the country.

NJ Spotlight News

NJ Spotlight News is a pioneering partnership between NJ Spotlight’s digital newsroom and NJ PBS, New Jersey's public television network. As the largest nonprofit newsroom dedicated to the state of New Jersey, NJ Spotlight News covers important issues in education, health care, public policy, politics and the environment on multiple platforms: traditional broadcast, digital reporting, social media content and live journalism roundtables.

The New York Amsterdam News

The New York Amsterdam News was started in 1909 with a yearning to tell the stories of people of color in New York City, and has grown to become one of the most important Black newspapers in the country. It reported on the fight for equality during the Jim Crow era and the civil rights movement, and with a weekly paper and a robust news site, averaging 500,000 unique visitors a month, The New York Amsterdam News works to continue to magnify the issues that most deeply affect communities of color.

North Country Public Radio

North Country Public Radio encompasses 34 transmitters and translators that serve a large geographic area—northern New York, western Vermont, southern Ontario and Quebec. NCPR is one of the few organizations that connects and serves the entire region, home to remote mountain hamlets, sparsely populated farming communities, Akwesasne Mohawk towns and tourist meccas. This award-winning news organization seeks to tell the stories and improve the lives of people who are often overlooked by other news outlets.