What is the Register newspaper?
The newspaper also has had many name changes and is often just called the Register. The paper has been home to reporters, editors, and owners who were important leaders in journalism, education, arts, and politics in Alabama and the nation. The Register traces its beginnings to the Mobile Gazette and the Mobile Commercial Register.
Is the Mobile Press Register published every day?
The Press-Register was published daily until October 1, 2012, when it reduced print pubication to three days a week (Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays). The Birmingham and Huntsvile newspapers made the change at the same time. The Mobile Press-Register is one of the highest circulation newspapers in the USA.
Where can I find old newspapers in Mobile Alabama?
Mobile Register Newspaper Archives. Through our Mobile Press Register archives, you can research your ancestry and uncover their stories. Our extensive database includes local articles from Mobile, Alabama and other nearby cities published between 1833 to 2003.
What is the Mobile Register?
The Register traces its beginnings to the Mobile Gazette and the Mobile Commercial Register. James Lyon, son of an American Revolutionary War hero, founded the Gazette and many other papers in the early days of the United States.