Last year, the Patriot-News, a daily newspaper in Harrisburg, switched to a limited print schedule.
The paper is now printed only three days a week. Other days, readers access the paper digitally.
As a result, the city of Harrisburg is believed to be the only state capital in the U.S. without a daily printed newspaper.
There are several reasons for the change, among them the fact that many readers nowadays turn to the Internet for news.
And the decision wasn't made hastily. The scale-back in the print edition started last year after much planning.