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  • Voice opinion on county budget [Editorial]

    About 20 residents, including a member of the Carroll County Board of Education, attended the first of several community budget meetings at the North Carroll branch library on Tuesday, a sign that people are interested in being involved in the county's...
  • Manchester Directors Hear Concept For New Library

    Manchester Directors Hear Concept For New Library
    MANCHESTER — The board of directors on Tuesday heard a presentation on a concept for a new public library on Main Street. Using about $24,000 in trust money, the library advisory board hired Peter Gisolfi Associates, an architectural firm, to do...
  • Worth Noting: Basket bingo to help boy with severe immune disease

    Worth Noting: Basket bingo to help boy with severe immune disease
    Friends of the family of Deklan Galvanek have organized a fundraiser to help his family as he deals with a rare medical condition, severe combined immunodeficiency. Babies born with SCID lack the white blood cells that help resist infections due to a...
  • Batavia aldermen narrowly vote against funding library improvements

     Batavia aldermen narrowly vote against funding library improvements
    While Batavia aldermen Tuesday night voted against giving the Batavia Public Library $100,000 to remodel its outdoor staircase, the decision isn't a done-deal. The council's Committee of the Whole voted 7-6 against funding the project but awaits two...
  • Book Sale This Weekend To Support Bloomfield Libraries

    BLOOMFIELD — For more than 30 years the Friends of Bloomfield Public Libraries have been providing funds for programs and equipment to the town's two libraries. During that time the group has raised tens of thousands of dollars through its...
  • The Obama library doesn't belong on parkland

    It is not only ridiculous but also irresponsible to even consider building a presidential library or anything else on public parkland. There are acres of blighted land with uninhabitable buildings in various states of ruin near the University of Chicago....
  • Borges' 'Library of Babel' comes to virtual life

    Borges' 'Library of Babel' comes to virtual life
    Almost three quarters of a century after it was published, Jorge Luis Borges’ “The Library of Babel” continues to resonate. A year and a half ago, the online magazine Places Journal published a set of architectural drawings...
  • Leave parkland to the powers that be

    The Obama library and the Lucas museum would be great for Chicago. The library would be a terrific boost for the Washington Park area, which has long been neglected. I grew up in the Chicago parks; my father spent his career working for the Chicago...
  • View the works of teen filmmakers

    The public is welcome to view the 2015 Teen Video Showcase from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Tavares Civic Center, 100 E. Caroline St. The audience can see the work of young filmmakers from across the nation including Florida's winner in the...
  • Park Ridge news briefs: New liquor laws passed by City Council

    Park Ridge news briefs: New liquor laws passed by City Council
    New liquor laws to take affect July 1 Park Ridge businesses will be able to take advantage of allowances within a newly adopted liquor ordinance as soon as July 1. That was the message of Park Ridge City Attorney Everette "Buzz" Hill as aldermen...
  • Newington Officials Move To Form Library Building Committee

    NEWINGTON -- The town council this week took the first steps toward creating a building committee for a major renovation and possible expansion of Lucy Robbins Welles Library. "The need is there," Mayor Stephen Woods said. Woods proposed a committee...