Founded in 1975, The Bulletin is one of the few remaining community newspapers in the city. In addition to covering the incorporated territory of the BGC, the paper also reports on Friendship, Lawrenceville, and East Liberty. Want to learn more about your neighborhood? Check out the Bulletin archives.

The BGC publishes The Bulletin to help keep our neighbors informed about news, events, people, and initiatives in our neighborhoods. Not just a newsletter trumpeting our own accomplishments, The Bulletin covers a broad range of East End issues – and has become a powerful tool for social change & community empowerment.

This free, monthly publication is mailed to 13,500 residents in the covered neighborhoods; an additional 1,000 copies are made available for pick-up at local businesses and organizations. Every month, we also distribute the ‘Byte-Size Bulletin’ to 1,500+ readers via email. Want neighborhood news delivered to your inbox? Subscribe to the monthly Byte-Size Bulletin.

Our readers include East End residents, business owners, government officials, local media members, and community & neighborhood leaders. The Bulletin provides a targeted market for advertisers and community groups looking to connect with residents of the city’s East End neighborhoods.

To learn more about advertising opportunities with The Bulletin, please call editor Andrew McKeon at 412-441-6950 (ext. 113) or email


Want to place an ad in The Bulletin? 

We can help you reach thousands of East End readers every month!

Please refer to our Rate Sheet for information on current rates and sizes.

Contact our editor, Andrew McKeon (, with any advertising questions.


Got a story, photo, or notice for The Bulletin?

Click here for a copy of our editorial submission guidelines.