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Let Me Introduce You to OurTown 2011-08-03 15:46:38

Welcome to OurTown.com!  We are a network of hyper local news sites determined to bring the truly local news to the people in each community!   Right now we are looking for professionals who would like to own their very own OurTown site.  These Local Editors (as we call them) will be in charge of running the whole site – look, articles, coverage, everything!

Right now we have available site across the United States and UK!  If you are seeing this message then that means this site is available and if interesting please contact us at – Support@OurTown.com.

 

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