Rather than you scouting blogs and websites for news and interesting events in your area to write about on your timeline, why not activate the producers of these sources?
Invite them to submit their articles or promotional material for their event to your regional news desk.
Create a procedure for external parties, how they can submit their articles and event announcements (dedicated email address or tell them to join the community and post themselves).
First create a database of people and organizations that organize events or blog about tourist attractions, etc. and should know about our community website(s).
Then create a template invitation letter to send to providers of local news and event details. Invite them to publish their news on our website (as per procedure mentioned above) and give them the guidelines how (they are allowed) to do it.
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