Question: Where is the best place to find breaking news?
Answer: Check the "Latest News" digest at the top of the home page for latest news.
Q: Why change?
A: Our main goal for the new design has been to make the site easier to use and less cluttered, while still providing all the information you expect to find. You should immediately notice that the site's speed has improved. And, the site is now designed to work well on your phone or tablet as well as your desktop computer. Just type "tri-cityherald.com" in the browser on your device.
Q: Am I going to get used to this only to have you change it again?
A: This is the first version of our new site, and we do expect to add features and enhancements going forward.
Q: How do I find sections on your site?
A: At the top of the page, you'll see three short horizontal lines. Click on those and you'll get a list of key sections; click on an individual section for subsections.
Q: Where are the obituaries?
A: In that same list you get from those three short horizontal lines, you'll find Obituaries.
Q: Where is the "e-edition?"
A: The digital reproduction of the print newspaper is available to print and digital subscribers. You can find information about the "e-edition," as well as links to the desktop and tablet versions, by clicking here. There are also links the main navigation drop-down menu and under "Digital Subscriptions" at the bottom of every page.
Also, try the search window at the top of the page (click on the magnifying glass icon). Type in a key word for what you're looking for; it should appear in a list of content with that keyword in the headline. If you still can't find what you need, drop us a note using the Contact Us form on the Customer Service page and we'll help you find it.
Q: How do I find what other people are reading?
A: A list of the "Trending Stories" of the day can be found on many pages on the site.
Q. I have news that I believe would make a good story. How can I share?
A: Please let us know with this form.
Q: Can I still comment on articles?
A: Yes, the commenting function works the same as on the old site.
Q: I can "like" a story on other sites and have it show up on my Facebook page. What about here?
A: Yes. When you are on a story page, a Facebook "Share" button is located to the left of the story (it's right under the byline on mobile). The link is just under the headline on a gallery page. You can click on the icon and share the story or gallery on Facebook.
Q: How do I share a story from Tri-CityHerald.com?
A: Click on the Facebook, Twitter or e-mail icon on the left side of any story page. From the arrow icon you have more options for social media.
Q. I’m a big fan of high school and college. Where is everything now?
A: It’s simple: Click on Sports in the blue bar near the top and you’ll get our sports pages, or look under Sports in the blue bar for specific sections. Many features you've enjoyed are still in place.
Q: How do I find photo galleries and video?
A: Our popular photo galleries will appear on the home page, as usual, under the heading "Top Photos." Videos and the galleries can also be found on their relevant sections - Sports, News, etc.
Q: Where can I send a letter to the editor?
A: Click on "Opinion," then "Submit a Letter" under the Full Menu.
Q: I'm using an older browser. Will that make a difference in what the site looks like to me?
A: You'll have the best experience on our site by using the most recent versions of browsers.
Q: How do I place a classified ad?
A: Place a classified ad by clicking on the "Place an Ad" link under "Full Menu" in the blue navigation bar.
Q: How do I find classified ads?
A: Click the "Classifieds" link under "Full Menu."
Q: Where can I start or stop my newspaper subscription?
A: On the "Customer Service" page you will find links to manage your subscription. You can also reach our Circulation department at 1-800-750-4967.
Q: How do I make a suggestion, offer a comment or ask a question about the new site?
A: Please go to our Contact Us page and give us your feedback using the form we have posted there. We'd like to hear from you.