One attribute of any good newspaper is that presents a wide-ranging number of stories on wide-ranging topics. One of the things that I don't like about online aggregators is that they focus on a reader's narrow focus on stories. Say you're a tractor-driver: pretty soon an online aggregator's computer will notice that you read stories about tractors, so your online suggested reading lists suddenly are dominated by stories of, maybe, tractor pulls, how to service the engine, things like that.
What the aggregators don't do as well is offer what's called serendipity. Suddenly you're reading a story about a Lithuanian mountain-climber even though five minutes earlier you didn't even know that Lithuanian mountain climbers even existed.
Still, that means that there will be articles in the newspaper that you won't read. It's a smorgasbord of stories, and you don't have to read all of them.
For example, here's a headline from today's Sentinel and I can assure you that I have no intention of reading the story: "Cats can be trained to use toilet."
Some things you just don't want to know about. That's why I didn't post a link.