You can now sort your Observer news by town, starting with the April 29 edition.
Toward the top of the homepage, find the “NEWS” link. When you hover over it, a list of The Observer’s coverage towns will appear. When you click on a town name, only stories for that town will appear. So, let’s say you just want to read Nutley-related stories, click NEWS, then NUTLEY — and the only stories that will appear are Nutley ones.
You can, of course, change the town by clicking on NEWS again, and picking another town.
We hope you enjoy this new feature on TheObserver.com!
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