I have been a daily reader of The Star for years, and I will continue to do so. I realize I could save a few dollars by subscribing to the paper, but I choose to purchase one daily and not have to worry with it getting wet when it rains, dogs carrying it off, etc.
The question I have is why would the subscription rate be less expensive when The Star has to pay someone to deliver the paper to the homes, businesses, etc., either by mail or carrier, but when a person purchases the paper from the vending machine or at a store, there is an extra cost.
Just curious. Keep up the good reporting.