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Tour the new baltimoresun.com
Tour the new baltimoresun.com (By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun  )

Baltimoresun.com has a new look today. We redesigned the site to make it easier to use, to read and to share articles, photographs and other information with your friends. It offers improved navigation and site search, more images and enhanced video on every device you use to access baltimoresun.com.

Among the highlights:

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  • A new design automatically adjusts to your mobile phone, tablet, computer or other device, bringing you the best experience of baltimoresun.com.
     
  • More bold and vivid photo galleries, videos, interactive graphics and other data load faster than ever before.
     
  • Easier ways to post and comment on articles, slide-out panels and built-in social media "sharelines" to quickly share content with your friends.
     
  • A "visual browse" feature presents information with more images.
     
  • Endless-scroll technology connects you to other news categories and related articles and images without page breaks at the end of an article or Web page.

Baltimoresun.com continues to be the most comprehensive news source for Baltimore, its five surrounding counties and the state of Maryland. As always, we will provide you around-the-clock breaking news, in-depth reporting, investigative journalism, thought-provoking editorials, entertainment and dining features, the most up-do-date local information about the communities where you live and coverage of the sports teams that you cheer for.

We invite you to give the new site a try. We hope that you like the new look and are better able to engage with the information you find there. In fact, more than 100,000 articles, photographs, graphics, blogs, videos and more are waiting for you right now on baltimoresun.com.

We are interested in your feedback. Please let us know what you think as we continue to make improvements. You can tell us at baltimoresun.com/feedback

Remember that seven-day subscribers to our print edition receive unlimited access to baltimoresun.com as well as our daily digital edition, which is a replica of each day's newspaper.

Trif Alatzas, executive editor

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