It’s out with the old and in with the new at NiagaraNow.com – The Lake Report’s long-established news website – as we have transitioned to a new online presentation.
Our new website layout has a cleaner, more modern look, but with the same great functions to bring Niagara’s best news to your phone, desktop or other smart device.
Some of the highlights of the new site include additional news categories, increased search ability, more spots for advertising and several enhancements to make your reading more enjoyable.
An updated function for users to add local events is also coming soon.
With our new search feature, all of our stories are more easily accessible, so if you’re looking for something from the past, give it a try.
Our regular readers will have noticed some small issues as we transitioned the site over the past few weeks.
No doubt there will be some things to tweak as we work on all the new bugs that come with changing a system, so please be patient.
We’d like to offer a note of gratitude to NOTL web designer Tom Jensen and his company Anchored Media for the careful attention to detail to make Niagara Now’s new launch a success.
The Lake Report was launched four years ago as a hyperlocal print edition to serve Niagara-on-the-Lake.
But NiagaraNow.com, where you’ll find all your NOTL news, has been operating for about five years, beginning as a website focused mainly on region-wide Niagara news and features.
As well, digital copies of all our print editions are just a click way on our archive site, LakeReport.ca.
We opted for a quiet debut, with a soft launch over the past few weeks so we could work out any bugs (with new technology, there are always bugs).
So if you find errors or broken links or pages on the site, please send an email to email@example.com and we will endeavour to fix them right away.