It’s approaching its 150th anniversary, having first been published in January 1867. Before the end of the year it had expanded its title from the original The Ross Gazette to The Ross Gazette, Newent and Mitcheldean Chronicle; it switched back in 1909.
It’s a privately owned newspaper within the Tindle Newspapers group.
It’s a sister publication to the Monmouth-based weekly paid-for tabloid the Monmouthshire Beacon.
It comes out on Wednesdays. An e-edition’s also available by paid subscription.