The Globe and Mail obituaries can be read in the Deaths section on the newspaper's website. Death notices are also available on that page. According to the Globe and Mail, the obituary page is the most likely page in the newspaper to be kept, framed and shared.
The Globe and Mail says they take great care not to make any mistakes when publishing obituaries because so many people take pride in a friend or relative being featured in that section. However, mistakes do happen. This is sometimes because facts about the dead person can be difficult to check or because two conflicting recollections can be shared by two different loved ones.Learn More
Recent obituaries from the Asbury Park Press can be accessed online by clicking the "Obituaries" header at the top of the newspaper's homepage, at app.com. The ensuing page presents all recent obituaries published by the newspaper, and gives mourners the option to send flowers to their lost loved ones.Full Answer >
The Daily Oklahoman website lists current obituaries for the previous two to three days for local residents and celebrities. The rest of its obituaries are provided in conjunction with Legacy.com on their website, and they go as far back as 2001.Full Answer >
The obituary section of the Valley News Dispatch contains death notices and short biographies of the deceased for the Alle-Kiski Valley area of Western Pennsylvania. According to the website, the Valley News Dispatch newspaper is owned and run by Trib Total Media, which in turn owns many newspapers in Western Pennsylvania.Full Answer >
The National Enquirer has an online version, found at NationalEnquirer.com, that features articles from the publication. The site also has a subscription option for the digital edition that can be viewed on mobile devices. Readers can also order a subscription to the print version of the tabloid from the website.Full Answer >