CLEVELAND – The Cleveland Plain Dealer announced Thursday it is cutting home delivery of the paper to three days a week, including Sunday, beginning late this summer.

A print edition will still be available seven days a week and anyone with a three-day home delivery subscription will also have access to a seven-day e-edition.

The company said in a news release posted to its website that it is a “new, digitally focused company to drive innovation,” which will go by the name Northeast Ohio Media Group.

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