News will reach more readers

The San Francisco Examiner has expanded its daily circulation beyond San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties and is now also available in Alameda County. In the coming weeks, circulation also will be expanded to points in Marin County.

The S.F. Examiner had added 50 distribution locations in the city of Alameda, Circulation Director Mike Higgins said.

Elsewhere in the East Bay, the paper is now available at five BART stations in Oakland and Berkeley: 12th Street City Center, 19th Street, MacArthur, Rockridge and Ashby, Higgins said.

In Santa Clara County, the paper is now available at the Mountain View Caltrain station in addition to its prior location at the Palo Alto station and at 12 single-copy locations in that city, he said.

Higgins said The S.F. Examiner will soon begin distribution at Sausalito’s ferry building and at other transit hubs and coffee shops there and in San Rafael and Larkspur.

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