The Reporter website relaunches

By Reporter staff

The Reporter website relaunched recently with an updated look. The new website offers new features and easier ways to find articles. The most recent articles can now be accessed from the home page. 

“We realized that it could be difficult to find articles and columns,” said Rabbi Rachel Esserman, executive editor of the paper. “Our home page is now filled with links to articles and columns, making it easier to find information about an upcoming event or read our editorials and columnists.”

“We’ve streamlined the website and made it much faster to navigate,” said Julie Weber, production associate for The Reporter. “There’s the addition of an archived page, which makes it easier to look up past articles, especially special edition ones like ‘Celebrating Jewish Literature’ and Community Guides.”

Weber added, “We have updated several pages, including revamping the ‘Online Jewish Resources’ page to look sleeker and show the latest editions. The ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ page has been condensed to make it easier to find answers to some popular questions. The image navigation for the feeds have been removed to make navigating the website easier and less clunky. We’re also including links to other websites that we think will be of interest to readers.”

“The Federation is proud to showcase the work of our talented and award-winning writers in one streamlined webpage,” said Shelley Hubal, executive director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton. “By adding feeds from other Jewish papers/websites, the new site makes The Reporter’s website your one-stop for everything Jewish.”

“Please take a look at our new website and let us know what you think,” Esserman said. “You can e-mail us at with ‘Reporter website’ in the subject line or write to us at 500 Clubhouse Rd., Vestal, NY 13850.”