The Plain Dealer announced, deliveries will soon be just 3 days a week. The publisher says in order to stay viable, they're shifting resources online and to digital technology.
The paper will still be published seven days a week and available in stores and vending machines.
As for home deliveries, it will happen on Sundays, with the other two days yet to be decided.
Layoffs for delivery workers aren't expected until late summer.
Plain Dealer Reporter John Mangels, a Newspaper Guild member who campaigned with the "Save the Plain Dealer" movement, talked about the changes.