RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Libraries

A collection of news and information related to Libraries published by this site and its partners.

Top Libraries Articles

Displaying items 100-110
  • Newington Library Officials Look To Close Sundays In Wake Of Budget Cuts

    NEWINGTON — A proposed reduction to the Lucy Robbins Welles Library budget would force it to stop opening on Sundays, officials warned the town council Wednesday. "Cutting Sunday hours will perhaps save a few dollars, but does a disservice to the...
  • Check It Out: Learning online at the library

    The Newport Beach Public Library provides free access to databases and online resources that provide ample opportunities for learning. Whether you are a casual learner wishing to pursue an interest such as cooking or a professional learning the Adobe...
  • Library of Congress opening exhibit on editorial cartoons

    The Library of Congress is opening a new exhibition looking at how editorial cartoonists interpreted some of the most divisive issues of the 20th century. The new exhibit is entitled "Pointing Their Pens: Herblock and Fellow Cartoonists Confront the...
  • Medallions from Lincoln hearse going on exhibit at museum

    Two silver medallions from Abraham Lincoln's hearse will be displayed at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum as part of an exhibit marking the 150th anniversary of his assassination. The medallions haven't been seen by the public since...
  • Murder-Suicide Of Durham Couple Shakes Community

    Murder-Suicide Of Durham Couple Shakes Community
    DURHAM — People in town knew Terry Oakes Bourret from her years of painting portraits at the Durham Fair, or Donald Bourret for the movie reviews he wrote for the local library. Their deaths in what authorities are calling a murder-suicide came come...
  • In disclosure bill, Congress could shed some light on presidential libraries

    The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Thursday, March 19: During Sunshine Week, the annual reminder that open government is good government, Congress should shed some light on just who's funding the nation's presidential...
  • Raising kids in an indulgent age — revisited

    The last time Dan Kindlon, Ph.D. and research and clinical psychologist, spoke to area parents was in January 2007, and it is fair to say that perhaps an almost — almost — a new crop of parents went to hear him speak on March 18. Kindlon is...
  • They're never too old for picture books

    They're never too old for picture books
    Editor's note: This week, we're introducing a new regular contributor to Life & Travel. Paula Willey of the Baltimore County Public Library will explore and recommend books for young readers. If you are the parent of a toddler, chances are you head...
  • Lawmakers consider issuing bonds for broadband expansion

    Montana lawmakers are considering issuing $15 million in bonds to help expand Internet, phone and cable services to isolated communities. Rep. Kelly McCarthy introduced a bill on behalf of Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday, less than two months...
  • Windsor Locks edition community news

    Suffield resident signs National Letter of Intent SUFFIELD - Dan Leckie, a Suffield resident, signed a National Letter of Intent this past November to play Division I baseball for Lafayette College in Easton, Penn., in the Patriot League. Leckie plans on...
  • Tour provides a bird's-eye view

    Tour provides a bird's-eye view
    Aiden Bello looked through binoculars to survey the white ibis flying over the small portion of wetlands just east of the Southwest Regional Library in Pembroke Pines. His mom, wildlife artist Wendy Somero Bello, said her 10-year-old son, whose middle...