Huntington Patch Seeking Bloggers

Have an opinion? A passion? A hobby? Share it on Huntington Patch!

Calling all those advocates, hand-raisers, soap-box speakers and village meeting attendees. The Huntington Patch is seeking a few good bloggers to add to our site.

Are you passionate about government? Participate in village politics? Attend School Board of Education meetings? Sit on a village board, committee or group? Volunteer in town? Have a love of sports, arts or science? Love to write?

Then we want you to blog for us!

Our Local Voices Bloggers can write daily, weekly or monthly on a topic of choice. Short or long, essay style or a quick how-to. Blogging on Patch is a great way to share your opinions with the community and get your voice out there.

Interested? Email Local Editor Rich Jacques at rich.jacques@patch.com today and learn more about our Local Voices bloggers.

William Murray May 09, 2012 at 10:22 PM
What is the pay for these positions? I'm guessing $0.
douglas stretton May 10, 2012 at 10:14 PM
I don't care if it pays nothing....I tried a few months ago...but after presenting my credentials...a college degree, writing experience, lived in this for town 13 years and a responder on 911..... working for NYC. The real deal.... But I was rejected as a blogger...so be it. As I was told by someone in the Staff....Huntington already has too mant opinions. What you talk about Willis? It's not 1942...we are not in Nazi Gremany. Comment as you see fit....
Rich Jacques (Editor) May 24, 2012 at 06:15 PM
Blogs are a great way for business people to connect with Patch readers by sharing their knowledge, expertise and professional opinion regarding an endless list of subjects. All we require is that bloggers limit their posts to a certain subject or area. Give it a try, it works.
The Brock May 25, 2012 at 11:33 AM
Why the extra periods after your sentences, or better yet, fragmented sentences? Many is not spelled "mant". Germany is also spelled incorrectly. It's "what you talkin' about Willis?" I think you need to go back to college and I can see why you were turned down.


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