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Once Upon a Time bookmark winners
Savannah, Laney, ZoeyThe Lee County
recently honored three Island School students for the entries into the annual Design-a-Bookmark contest. The contest is for students in grades third,...
Read more at The Bocanut Telegraph BocaBeacon.com
Tech summit to connect ITS, campus
Yale ITS is stepping out from behind the computer. On Friday, Yale Information Technology Services will host its inaugural Yale Technology Summit at Evans Hall, the home of the School of Management....
Read more at Yale Daily News
Demystifying Medicare & Healthcare Coverage for S...
This program explains the various parts of Medicare and lays out the costs associated with medical and drug insurance provided by the government and private companies. It is presented by members of...
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The Daily Voice - Greenburgh
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Millage revenues to go up
LIVINGSTON — The more than 40 property tax millages in Livingston Parish generally will yield more to their taxing bodies this year than last, but that doesn’t mean more money will come out of the...
Read more at The Advocate
Livingston Parish council
Study: Households willing to pay library taxes, a...
The goal for the library is to create an equilibrium within the funding scale, York County
president said Guthrie Memorial Library is investigating a way for surrounding municipalities...
Read more at The Evening Sun
Guthrie Memorial Library
Robin Jones Kerr: Inadequate library support show...
Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo For years now, the University has been contradicting itself. And central to that desire is Gelman Library, the heart of Foggy Bottom’s campus and fundamental to many...
Read more at The GW Hatchet
Robin Jones Kerr
CONTROLLER OPENS BOOK
Talks Library Audit & Woodhaven Fines City Comptroller Scott Stringer told residents that the full audit of the Queens Library board of trustees is ongoing, and gave a synopsis of what his office has...
Read more at Times Newsweekly
Gulf County libraries to launch Books-to-Go progr...
The Salt Air Farmer’s Market held in Port St. Joe’s City Commons Park will be the launch pad for the Gulf County Libraries Books-to-Go program. Those who attend the Nov. 15 Farmer’s Market, which...
Read more at The Star
Port St. Joe
American Library Association
DIY costumes: Not as hard as you think
But thanks to the new trend of DIY (“Do It Yourself”) and the popularity of comic book conventions, people are turning to their own crafty minds to create their costumes. Heather Holowach, a Teen...
Read more at Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Sussex Borough, Wantage eye Route 23 redevelopment
By ERIC OBERNAUER With the realignment of Route 23 headed toward completion, officials in Sussex Borough and Wantage have begun turning their attention toward drawing new business to the downtown...
Read more at New Jersey Herald
Librarian, storyteller Jerry Blue brought words t...
Jerry Blue used to tell a story called “The Jealous Farmer” about a man who envied his neighbor’s prize mule. Out of spite, the story goes, the man stole the mule, placed it in a hole in the ground...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Local library system provides exemplary service a...
To the Editor: "The Athens Voice" sometimes provides me a chuckle or two, but the mention in Monday's paper that one shouldn't support the Athens County Public Libraries levy due to their "looney...
Read more at The Athens News
Warren library to celebrate 100 years
The Warren Public Library is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The library established itself with the state
in November 1914. To mark the milestone, the library will host a...
Read more at The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Hall Co. Library System faces tough financial dec...
Posted: Wednesday, October 29th 2014 at 12:53pm Hall Co.
faces tough financial decisions GAINESVILLE - Difficulties with funding continue to plague the Hall County
Read more at AccessNorthGa.com
Photographer Shows Off Queens Library, Borough Li...
Steve Vazquez, aka "Mr. Queenscapes," will take over the Queens Library's Instagram page for a week. View Full Caption JACKSON HEIGHTS — A local street photographer is focusing on the borough's...
Read more at DNA Info
Central Florida schools participate in world-reco...
Central Florida children are participating in two attempts to set reading-related world records related to this month. On October 20, more than 300 students and adults from Grassy Lake Elementary and...
Read more at Orlando Sentinel
Council committee to vote on major library expans...
INDIANAPOLIS - Providing greater access to the internet and wi-fi connections is part of the goal behind plans for a major expansion by the Indianapolis Public
. But, those plans must...
Read more at WTHR Indianapolis
Freeholder candidates debate challenges, need for...
By JESSICA MASULLI REYES HAMPTON — With only a week until the election, Republican incumbent Phillip Crabb defended his record on the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, while his Democratic...
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Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders
Sussex County Community College
Arvin residents want more test results before mov...
The risk of an explosion that triggered the Kern County Fire Department's evacuation order is long gone, Lara said. Tests have proved it, he said, and residents believe it. But the real threat, Lara...
Read more at The Bakersfield Californian
Kern County Fire Department
One Book, One Community programs set at local lib...
Local branches of the Monmouth County Library will hold special children’s programs in November as part of this year’s One Book, One Community program. One Book, One Community provides a forum for...
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