The Home Reporter and Brooklyn Spectator have formally launchedour new website, www.homereporternews.com, a compilation of all thenews that residents of southwest Brooklyn want to read and havecome to depend on from the neighborhood’s newspapers ofrecord.Breaking stories are there – from the return of midtown expressbuses to the latest stage of residents’ battle to preserve thecity’s source of clean drinking water.But, the website offers so much more, with inside looks at theneighborhood’s leisure hours, including videos and photo albums ofrecent events from the Fifth Avenue Festival to Fourth of Julyfestivities in Shore Road Park and at Fort Hamilton.We may have launched the website, but www.homereporternews.comisn’t about us. It’s about you, our Brooklyn readers.Comment on the stories you read. Send us an email telling us aboutissues that concern you or commenting on our coverage ofneighborhood issues and events. Post your photos and videos. Answera poll. Add an upcoming event that you are sponsoring to our eventscalendar. It’s easy, and articles in this week’s paper will guideyou, if you want, every step of the way.We’d also like to urge you to register once you get to the website,which enables you to comment on what you read. In addition, readerswho sign up for our free daily email newsletter will be enteredinto exciting contests, beginning with one in which one luckywinner will get the chance to throw out the first pitch at aBrooklyn Cyclones game.And, while you’re online, look for us on Facebook by searching HomeReporter. Like us, and you’ll get a steady feed of news from theneighborhood and beyond. And, don’t forget to follow us onTwitter@Home_Reporter. The first step is simple – click the Twittericon at the top of our website, and you’re on your way.We thank you for your loyalty, and hope to continue to earn it foryears to come as we nurture the community together, in person, inprint and in the ever-expanding universe of the web.
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