If you are a Times print subscriber, that speck of blue amid the snow in the driveway could be your morning paper.
Due to weather conditions, The Times printed and delivered early for the Wednesday edition, with most subscribers receiving their paper by 11 p.m. Tuesday night. Papers were delivered in distinctive blue bags.
During this period of inclement weather, The Times will make every effort to deliver newspapers to our print subscribers, but we know there are some homes our carriers will not be able to reach. We ask our carriers to do only what they feel is safe, without endangering themselves or others.
We will again have early print deadlines today for the Thursday edition, so that papers can be delivered as safely and as early as possible.
We also have removed the subscription requirement from our electronic offerings so that anyone can access them at no charge while the winter storm continues. Visitors to gainesvilletimes.com can keep up with the latest weather news with free access, or can view our electronic edition to see the entire newspaper as printed.