About Us:

 

Suburban Publishing Corporation is the parent company of SuburbanRealEstateNews.com real estate print publications (Eastern Massachusetts and Maine), SuburbanRealEstateNews.com online, the Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News and North Shore Golf & Tennis magazine.

In 1971, the Suburban Real Estate News North of Boston edition was first published and not long after, other editions followed. In 1979, Richard H. Ayer became President/Publisher and CEO of Suburban Publishing Corp. Since 1971, Suburban Real Estate News’s print editions have provided the real estate industry with the most widely read real estate publication in New England.

In February of  2006, Suburban Publishing Corporation added SuburbanRealEstateNews.com to an already diverse real estate package to complement it’s market leading print publications. Since it's introduction, SuburbanRealEstateNews.com has grown to provide more than 60,000 regional listings offering in depth Multiple Listing Service information of each property. The print publications, now called SuburbanRealEstateNews.com, combined with the web site facilitate selling and purchasing of residential real estate with the most up-to-date and extensive listings of properties for sale in Eastern Massachusetts and Maine.

In 1985, Suburban Publishing Corporation acquired the Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News, which was first published in 1957. Since then, the Peabody & Lynnfield Weekly News has been the hometown newspaper for the communities of Peabody and Lynnfield, Massachusetts. The Weekly News provides its readers with comprehensive coverage of local government, school sports, institutions and people. It provides its advertisers with unmatched readership in Peabody and Lynnfield.

Suburban Publishing Corporation introduced North Shore Golf magazine in 2003. The magazine is the region's only complete source of golf information and is published four times a year throughout the golf season. It can be picked up for free at any north of Boston area golf course, both public and private, as well as driving ranges and other selected distribution locations. Each issue contains information and feature stories about golf on the North Shore and has become an essential part of the local golf season. In 2010 the magazine expanded to include the local tennis scene and is now found under the name North Shore Golf & Tennis.