Those looking for the latest or previous Greenwich news can find it on the Greenwich Post’s online site, greenwich-post.com. For the latest, up-to-the-minute news, sign up for free Breaking News and Twitter reports from the Greenwich Post(Twitter.com/GreenwichPost). Visit greenwich-post.com and click on Sign Up for Breaking News in the upper left-hand corner. Also, check for the Post on Facebook (Facebook.com/GreenwichPost).

Page one stories, and the top sports stories from the current week’s issue of the Greenwich Post are available on the paper’s home page and remain accessible at no charge for several weeks. The entire content of the newspaper is added to the archive within about two weeks of publication.

The Post’s archives are searchable by going to greenwich-post.com and clicking on “Archives” on the left-hand side of the page. Users may then search for information going back as far as June 2003. Just enter a keyword or phrase, choose a time frame (or search all available years), and click “search.”

The first few paragraphs of all articles that match the search criteria entered are available for previewing. To access the entire article, several pricing options are available. Pictures from the Post are not available through the archive, but may be ordered for a fee by calling 203-861-9191, or e-mailing editor@greenwich-post.com.

All obituaries going back to September 2005, an up-to-date calendar, useful web links and the Greenwich Answer Book, as well as access to the Hersam Acorn classifieds, real estate listings and the top stories from the Arts & Leisure section and special monthly supplements are also available at no charge on the Post’s website.

The website also features a way for residents to report and track non-emergency problems such as potholes, speeding, graffiti, traffic light malfunctions, nuisances and other issues. Click on “Improve Greenwich” and go to SeeClickFix.