Ask the Editor: Do other neighborhoods get ‘Community Impact Newspaper’?

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John and Jennifer Garrett launched Community Impact Newspaper in 2005 from their game room to provide hyperlocal, useful news to readers. Today, we continue to be locally and privately owned by the Garretts, focusing on news happening in your backyard, but we’ve also been fortunate to have grown to serve new communities over nearly 14 years.

In addition to this newspaper our team works to deliver into your hands each month, there are eight more editions in Central Texas. We also have newspapers in the Dallas and Houston metros, and recently, we ventured out of state—starting editions in the Phoenix and Nashville areas.

If you are interested in finding out more about what’s going on in other communities, visit our website at communityimpact.com and click the “Find Your Community” menu.

Do you have an idea for where we should go next? Give me a call at 512-615-1291 or write me an email. I am always happy to chat.

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  1. Deanna Johnson

    It would be great if the Community Impact would deliver to the Wells Branch community. We are right between Pflugerville, Round Rock and Austin, we are an active family community. I read the Impact online, but wish you guys delivered to our community.

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Jack Flagler
Jack is the editor for Community Impact's Central Austin edition. He graduated in 2011 from Boston University and worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Maine, Massachusetts and North Carolina before moving to Austin in January of 2018.
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