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Business Description
Operating from in Modesto, Calif., The Modesto Bee is a newspaper that serves California's Central Valley. The newspaper specializes in current affairs, sports, business, video and photographic reporting. It also publishes information on weather, entertainment, and science and technology. The Modesto Bee has a classifieds section that includes cars, homes, jobs, shopping, businesses and personals. The newspaper operates Newspapers in Education, which is a cooperative effort with local schools to utilize newspapers as a learning tool in classrooms.
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TollFree: (800) 776-4233

TollFree: (800) 776-4237

Neighborhood
Modesto
Category
Newspapers
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Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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Gary B.
Edited: 09/13/2016
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Paid for a subscription to Sunday, Wednesday paper delivery & their digital versions. First week no deliveries so I called to inform and offer second chance to get it right. Second week no deliveries. I called the Bee to cancel subscription & called my bank to inform of Bee's transaction impropriety. Also reported the incident to Better Business Bureau. I demanded full refund from Modesto Bee. Twice they offered me less than what I paid but I rejected their reduced refunds. My bank returned the misapropriated funds as per bank policy. Bee newspapers consistently end up rotting in yards and city gutters. Subscribers Beware!

Tamera S.

06/08/2015

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So disappointed that The Modesto Bee sends their ads to Bali, India to be done by people who barely speak English. Keep it in America, people. This is why over 2000 people lost their jobs due to outsourcing.

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