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These changes reflect our response to market conditions, the pricing of other newspapers of similar size, and our unwavering commitment to superior public-service journalism. Now more than ever, this kind of deeply reported journalism holding the powerful accountable is absolutely necessary. From the Publisher: A price change on the newsstands. We do it because we love our region, because we believe our work matters, and because our readers demand and deserve fact-based journalism of the highest quality. Get the news you need to start your day. The increases do not affect home-delivery subscriptions. Along with the diversity and depth of our ongoing coverage, in the coming months we will launch Spotlight PA , a much-needed joint investigative news team with 12 full-time journalists based in Harrisburg to investigate and report on issues of statewide importance. Our work is vital to our community and democracy, but it is also very costly to create outstanding journalism days a year. Skip to content. We are producing more investigative projects, and each requires a significant investment. Inquirer Morning Newsletter. Related stories. Terry Egger. In addition, The UpSide, a new weekly section dedicated to positive, feel-good stories about our community, launches Sunday, April 7. We Recommend.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Please note that subscriptions to The Inquirer and the Daily News are available at a lower rate than buying single-copy newsstand issues, and can be started by calling or visiting Inquirer. The core purpose of our organization β€” to serve the people of the Philadelphia region β€” continues to drive the work we do. In the last few months, our newsroom has produced journalism that led to significant change, from City Hall to our public schools. We understand that this is a bold action, but we are taking it so we may continue to be your storyteller, tour guide, and watchdog. Dear Reader,. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The independent, investigative journalism of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News takes a lot of time, money, resources, and hard work to produce.