To our valued readers,
We have some exciting news to share: we are getting a new website!
On Tuesday, Jan. 28, CumberlandNewsNow.com will re-direct you to the new Amherst and Cumberland County location on SaltWire.com.
SaltWire.com is our new digital home that offers news, stories and opinions from both your local community and many other important East Coast communities. It offers an improved reader experience and enables journalists to focus more on what matters most: finding and telling the local stories that are important to our communities.
On Saltwire.com you can expect the same kind of community content you are used to reading for free. In addition to this, you can also explore the premium stories available from our area and other communities. You will get three free premium articles per month, or you can become a member, giving you access to all content from all of Saltwire.com publications, which includes special features and premium content.
Not to worry, this website change will not affect your print publication, which will continue to be delivered for free. SaltWire.com will simply allow you to read the stories from your local community earlier and more often.
We know our readers have experienced many changes over the years as we’ve been working towards a more sustainable model for local news, and we very much appreciate your patience and support. We remain dedicated to telling the stories of our local communities.
We’re committed to making this digital change as easy for you as possible. If you’d like to try this out today, please visit SaltWire.com and choose the community closest to you from the top left-hand corner.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to let us know. We can’t wait to see you at SaltWire.com.
Your dedicated team,
Darrell Cole, reporter
Dave Matheson, reporter
Jennifer Vardy Little, managing editor
Scott Doherty, editor and project manager