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“Plain Dealer” goes to 3 days a week

CLEVELAND, Ohio – People who want to read “The Plain Dealer” seven days a week will have to go the newsstand to pick it up on some of those days.

The newspaper has announced it’s scaling back home delivery to three days a week, including Sunday.

The “PD” will still be printed daily and home subscribers will have access to an electronic edition of the paper.

The changes will take effect this summer.

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