The Aurora Advocate is debuting a newly redesigned website.
Combined with a new look and features, the website allows readers to actively view and engage in conversation along with reading local news.
Publisher David Dix said the new website will allow visitors to read, search and interact with the Aurora Advocate's digital content.
“We are excited to have our new website launch,” Dix said. “I think our readers will find our newly re-designed website a lot easier to navigate and browse for content.”
The new search function allows visitors to easily search for past content. The new five-story carousel allows display the day’s top stories in a visually-appealing way.
Because of the website redesign, registered users who do not receive daily headline or breaking news emails must re-register to leave comments on the website.
A PDF version of the paper is now available to those readers who have a voluntary paid subscription to the Aurora Advocate.
To receive the PDF and give a voluntary subscription, call our Circulation Department at 330-673-6363.
To re-register, click on an article, scroll to the bottom of the article, and click “Register.” After filling out the information, you will be able to comment on articles again.