From the Publisher: Lexington County Chronicle Launches Redesigned Website

By Parks Rogers | parks@lexingtonchronicle.com
Posted 2/3/22

The Chronicle has launched a redesigned website to serve Lexington County.

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From the Publisher: Lexington County Chronicle Launches Redesigned Website

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The Chronicle has launched a redesigned website to serve Lexington County. Log on at lexingtonchronicle.com.
The platform has more room for stories, art and photos, and has an intuitive organization which is more easiily navigable and user-friendly.
There is considerably more room for sports stories and photos, with a prominent section of the front page dedicated to the Chronicle’s expansive sports coverage.
The new site design is flexible, allowing editors to change the look of the page to match different stories, giving special prominence to articles that are of particular importance to the area, grouping together relevant stories to help readers find everything they need to know on a given topic.
The design will allow us to quickly and effectively bring readers breaking news, while coming up with new and immersive ways to tell more in-depth stories.
The Lexington County Chronicle’s new site is designed and hosted by the same company used by our sister South Carolina paper, The Sumter Item, and will allow us to grow into the diverse multimedia approach the Item has brought to its readers in recent years.
Paid subscribers can log on for the latest updates, posted all week long to our site in real time as the Chronicle’s news coverage shifts to a web-first approach, while still making sure each week’s print paper is a rewarding and informative reading experience.
We will also look to grow with email newsletters directing readers to content that interests them. Be on the lookout for announcements about these in the near future.
The Chronicle management invites suggestions and feedback about the new design and looks forward to hearing from readers.
You live in Lexington County, your news should, too — and on an engaging, easy-to-use website.

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