Beginning Jan. 1, The Evening Sun in Hanover will cut its daily print product to three days a week.
The newspaper, which began circulating in 1915, will continue to provide daily coverage through its website, social media and mobile applications, according to Publisher Sara Glines.
Other than Sunday, the days of the week The Evening Sun will publish a print product have not been completely finalized, she said.
During the past few years, consumers have changed how they get their news, Glines said in an email to staff.
"Our mobile audience has exploded and our readers have continued to find new platforms to access the local news and information they want. We believe that as our readers and advertisers transition from a print-centric news model, so must we," she said.
By giving up four days of print, the newspapers that are printed will include more pages than those subscribers are presently receiving, Glines said.
The Evening Sun is part of MediaOnePa, a newspaper management group that also includes York Daily Record, York Sunday News, Lebanon Daily News and Chambersburg Public Opinion.
There are no plans to change the printing schedules for any of the other MediaOnePa publications.
Check back later for more details.