“Your Closest Neighbor”, to us that’s much more than just a simple tagline.
Founded in January of 2010, The Boca Raton Tribune is currently the longest-running print newspaper publication in the City of Boca Raton – Palm Beach County, Florida. With over 400 editions, The Boca Raton Tribune has become a woven part of the community in Boca Raton.
Family owned and operated, The Boca Raton Tribune boasts an array of columnists and writers all who have deep ties to the city.
Since its inception in 2010, The Boca Raton Tribune has always prided itself in being 100 percent community oriented with news that matters to the residents of Boca Raton.
The Boca Raton Tribune is the leading source of local news in Boca Raton for nine years. The Tribune is the place readers go to for the latest hyper-local news about Boca Raton, and during the last six municipal elections, the Tribune’s election survey has been able to correctly predict the way residents would cast their votes before the official election ballots were ever counted, showcasing the newspaper’s relevance in the community.
Winners of three Independent Free Papers of America awards, as well as the prestigious Community Newspapers of Florida Milton & Bernice Beckerman Award, which is presented to a member paper for community service that benefited a community charity, The Boca Raton Tribune’s main focus, is not only informing residents up the latest news, but also being an active voice in the community in creating change.
Printed weekly and distributed to over 30,000 readers in homes and businesses throughout the city, The Tribune also has a one-of-a-kind website with news updated regularly so readers never miss a beat.
Welcome to The Boca Raton Tribune, we truly are “Your Closest Neighbor”.