Armtown.com is a news website that focuses on maintain a feed of current events. There is a search box for those who wish to look for specific events. The site accepts donations to maintain itself. The current top story is on military equipment being sold Azerbaijan. The stories below that claim to be the latest in Armenian news, however, it seems to be an international mix of current events. For example, a story is on the news feed about an earthquake striking Taiwan and an article on Stephen Baldwin suing Kevin Costner. The emphasis is primarily on Armenian occurrences, but other countries are definitely being discussed on this page.
The Zhamanak section has events that happened today in Armenia history. There are specific facets of Armenian news facilitated through individual links via the homepage. Visitors to the site can access news releases and online radio. Some of the radio offered, and there are over a dozen different kids right now.
Armtown.com offers weather for this country, in specific regions. While places like Yerevan, Shirak, Kotayk, and Lori are covered, there are mountainous locations that are also noted. The events calendar links to a page of events, but this has not been updated since March of 2011. The exchange rates between Armenia and other countries can be compared on its own page. The statistics section of armtown.com has a plethora of facts about the country. The major religion is Christian, and the population is roughly over three million as of 2001. Natural resources are varied, with copper, iron, and gold being just a few of the ones listed. The My Armtown part of the site includes a forum, polls, news export, and converter.