The daily newspapers in each of the 100 largest cities in the United States have a long history of supporting the news and offering readers a broad range of stories and information.
But the daily papers in some of the nation’s largest cities also provide some of its most detailed coverage, including on social issues, and some of them are not far behind the news.
The Daily Herald has been a cornerstone of daily life in the metro Detroit area for nearly a century.
The daily has a circulation of more than 100,000 and has a devoted readership that regularly exceeds 1.5 million people.
The Herald also runs a full-time news division, which has included breaking news about the Detroit city government, police and fire departments.
Daily Herald editor-in-chief John L. Feltner says the Herald has become a symbol of the city and its people.
“It is our pride and joy, we know the people that are there are here and we know they care about the people,” Feltners told ABC News.