When you open up the stories on MyVeronaNJ now, you’re going to see something different.
Just above the headline, you’ll see the image of a printer and the words “Print This Story”. We want to save paper as much as anybody, but sometimes you do need to make a print of a Web site story to share with friends, to send to grandma or tack on a bulletin board.
This print button will also come in handy when MyVeronaNJ starts publishing two new recipe series. The first, “Verona Cooks”, will feature dishes from the chefs, restaurant owners and food professionals who call Verona home. The second, “Crock It!”, will let our contributing writer (and pre-school maven) Tracy Bermeo do on these pages what she already does at school pick-up times–share some of her secrets for using a slow cooker to get dinner on the table with a minimum of fuss. Both are starting soon so keep an eye out.
When you click on the print button, your computer’s browser will generate a simplified version of the story you have been reading. You’ll see the photos–but no videos–and the Web addresses of any links we’ve included in the story. In the lower right, you’ll see the words “Click Here To Print” and when you do click, your computer will activate your printer. The story will print without ads, so please continue to get to know our advertisers just the way you have been, by clicking on their ads.