top of page

For all the news and views of Redding.



Current Issue

July 11, 2024

What you need to know this week in Redding

Route 53 bridge replacement project slated for 2027; proposed detour to add 13 miles (p. 1 & p. 4)

Park and Recreation Commission considers program enhancements  (p. 3 & p. 10)

Ann Taylor to retire from New Pond Farm after 37 years (p. 5 & p. 6)

Photo by Kim Bonnell
Featured in Volume 3/Issue 11 July 11, 2024 

“The newspaper ties a region together, helps it make sense of itself, fosters a sense of community, serves as a village square…” – Margaret Sullivan, Ghosting the News   






Not ready to commit?
Try our trial subscription 

All subscribers also receive an e-mail link to the

digital copy of the paper on the day of publication.  

front page photo.jpg

Photo by Debora DeCarlo Rosa
Featured in Volume 1/Issue 4, September 1, 2022

Where to Purchase

Redding Sentinel is available for purchase at the following local businesses:

Pignone's Redding Ridge Market and Deli

Caraluzzi's Markets (Bethel & Georgetown)

Old Mill Market & Cafe

Thank you for your continued support and happy reading!


Photo by Dominique Pignone
Featured in Volume 1/Issue 3, June 2022

cover oct 12 lonetownbarn_thereddingrone_09262023_02.jpg

Photo by TheReddingDrone
Featured in Volume 2/Issue 19, October 12, 2023

12.1.22 cover photo - snow.jpeg

Photo by Jessie Wright
Featured in Volume 1/Issue 13, December 1, 2022

Each issue of Redding Sentinel features images from around the town taken by local photographers.

bottom of page