gets new look

In case you haven’t noticed, there have been a few changes online at

Last weekend the Post unveiled a new look for its website to offer a sleeker layout, easier to use searching and a chance for readers to comment on stories and columns while retaining the features that have made such a popular destination for breaking news in town. The Post will still have all its columnists, from Joe Pisani to Larry Schneider to Mary Ann Clark and all of our local students in Growing Up Greenwich, along with local pundits Sean Goldrick, Christopher von Keyserling, Jenny Byxbee, Claude Johnson, and Ed Dadakis. But now readers will have the chance to comment on their works as long as the comments are to the point and respect the same boundaries we have for our Letters to the Editor page.

The Post’s editorials will all be available to view as will, for the first time, letters to the editor.

Visitors to the site will now be able to find an easier to use search function, full archives of past articles and columns, and easy instructions on how to submit to the print and online editions of Greenwich Post. People will also be able to easily sign up for the Post’s breaking news service, which sends out the very latest news as it happens. Also, the very latest sports scores, stories and photographs from all of the town’s teams will be featured.

Additionally, the popular Greenwich Answer Book is now online at the site with brand-new interactive features to let people find out what Greenwich is all about. A full social calendar of the latest and ongoing events in Greenwich will remain a fixture of the new site as well.

So come and check out the new for the very best and latest of what’s going on in Greenwich.

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