Bigger Things Expected for The Austin Voice As 20th Anniversary Nears

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As the leading newspaper for Chicago's West Side, The Austin Voice is undergoing a major expansion project as it moves towards becoming a full color weekly paper and be accessible on the Internet.

As The Austin Voice’s 20th anniversary nears, the newspaper is undertaking a major expansion project to increase its readership and continue their award winning writing. The Austin Voice has announced plans to start a community development center (CDC), while moving forward to become a weekly paper in color and be accessible on the Internet. By taking these steps The Austin Voice will not only be celebrating the paper’s past, but also embracing the future.

Under the guidance of Isaac Jones, Brad Cummings, and Andrew Griffin, The Austin Voice has been the leading newspaper for the West Side of Chicago on local and national issues for close to twenty years, and because of this the paper has embraced its role as a community leader and activist.

With a CDC The Austin Voice can help educate the children in the community with Life Experience training while preparing them for success in economics. The newspaper believes as a cornerstone of Chicago’s West Side it has a responsibility to help in the growth of the community.

The Austin Voice has been a staple in the community for close to twenty years, but through expansion the paper will be growing across the city of Chicago and nationally as well. The Austin Voice is looking forward to an exciting future as a full color weekly publication.


Sharon Taylor

Cano Publishing Company

(708) 544-0934


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