To Wantagh-Seaford Patch

“I'd like to thank you and the Patch for keeping everyone informed on all the going ons of the last week [during Sandy]. As many of us have no power, we've hinged our lives to our smart phones and emails. As soon as I received one of your updates on my email, I click on it, and find out what's going on. Just one man’s thoughts on the Patch. Again, thank you!”

To Framingham Patch

“You do an amazing job. I remember being so appreciative during Irene. I told the kids tonight that even though we don't have tv or internet not to worry because we get updates from the Patch on my phone.”

To Larchmont-Mamaroneck Patch

“First I just want to say thank you so, so much for all of your coverage throughout this mess [Superstorm Sandy]. This has been the best source for local information and it's been an enormous help.”

To Arlington Patch

“Excellent coverage of the storm [Sandy] as usual. Once again, you are the source for real-time news in Arlington. Congrats!”

To Lawrenceville Patch

“Your service to our community is commendable and I want to thank you for your commitment to our fellow Lawrence township citizens. Sip some coffee and smile knowing that we are informed because of you. Sandy was no match for the Lawrenceville Patch. Thank you.”

To Stonington-Mystic Patch

“Just want to thank you for the great coverage on Sandy. Our power has just been restored in Pawcatuck but relied on your updates while it was out. Stonington Patch you are the source that I turn to for reliable local up to date news!”

To Sudbury Patch

“Thanks so much for your work to inform the residents of Sudbury about actions in this town that affect us all. This is real journalism, and I salute you for it.”

To Port Washington Patch

“Concerning the new format I find it to be much more attractive, and therefore more inviting. The net result I believe, is that it keeps the subscribers more involved with the subject matter presented.”

To Somerville Patch

"I would like to thank the Somerville Patch for your tremendous coverage throughout the ordeal of the past week. We live in California and our daughter lives in Somerville, so of course we were concerned about the horrible events and looking to every news source we could find for information. You continuously updated your site with the latest information and covered this story quickly and accurately, better in my opinion than the largest Boston papers. Bravo - I nominate your staff for a Pulitzer."

To Tarpon Springs Patch

"I have always been a believer in supporting local business efforts, which is why I chose to run my digital banner ad on your homepage... I believe my investment was well spent. Again, thanks, and I'll continue to look forward to receiving my morning Patch newsletter!"