The Roundup is a space for community news, and no one knows your community better than you. When you submit new, information and events, it becomes a shareable article. Here are a few ways you can make The Roundup an awesome local resource.
Share a local news tip with The Roundup
Be the first to report on a local happening. News tips don’t need to be serious, though they can be. Our only rules: all posts must be local, civil, truthful and non-promotional. Email us at email@example.com
Promote your business, list a job, share and sell an item
Local businesses are the backbone of any community. That’s why we started “Community Posts” a platform designed to help business owners and sellers reach their neighbors. If you want to promote your business in a sponsored article, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Share events on The Roundup
All local event posts are free on the Roundup. Whether you’re advertising a clearance sale or inviting the town to your block party, post it. Just make sure you give your neighbors enough time to see it. You can submit your event by filling out the form below or by emailing it to email@example.com
Become a Roundup Contributor
If you want to take an active role with a voice in your neighborhood, then we should talk about you becoming a Contributor. Our Contributors help to keep The Roundup a neighborly place and to ensure The Roundup is producing local content that reflects what’s happening in their community.
Those who simply want to share an occasional story about their community can also become Roundup Contributors. Contributors can share articles about meetings at local town halls, school events and other local issues. Public officials and leaders of local non-profits are encouraged to join. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The CT Roundup welcomes your opinions on topics of local interest. We publish timely letters and commentaries that advance the conversation about issues, demonstrate expertise or develop a compelling idea.
Submit letters by email to email@example.com. Letters should not exceed 250 words, which is roughly the length of the text in this post. Commentaries should not exceed 800 words. Please include your name, street address and daytime phone number, for verification of your identity and so that we may contact you if we have questions about your submission.
We will not publish your address or phone number. If you are submitting a letter on behalf of others, please include their contact information, for verification. We do not accept anonymous submissions.
Let’s build this together
Share your news, press release and events below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org