Your Times Herald looks different today.
With the installation of new hardware and software for the local newsroom, the Times Herald will be taking on a new look as it is being restyled to enhance its relationship with the reader.
“This change and upgrade has been a long time coming, and we look so forward to its new appeal,” said Times Herald general manager/editor Melody Brunson.
Some features of the new look include a contemporary style with easier-to-read text, more web content, bolder headlines and fresher graphics which will appeal to all readers.
Your favorite content and where to find those items, including the police report, obituaries, sports, classifieds and weather will not change.
“Our goal is to always produce the best local news on our pages that we possibly can, and this new computer upgrade will help us in this endeavor. It will also be easier for us to keep on top of local news as it happens online at www.washtimesherald.com,” Brunson said.