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  • Severn library to be closed Tuesday, Wednesday

    The Severn Community Library will be closed for improvements Tuesday and Wednesday, library officials said. The library's printing, copying, faxing and scanning services for customers will be improved. Similar upgrades have already taken place at the...
  • Garcia goes on the attack against Emanuel in 2nd debate of runoff

    Garcia goes on the attack against Emanuel in 2nd debate of runoff
    Rahm Emanuel and Jesus "Chuy" Garcia clashed in an argumentative second debate Thursday night, a face-to-face meeting in which the challenger tried to put the mayor on the defensive by mocking his leadership of Chicago. With early voting underway...
  • NWI campaign corner

    NWI campaign corner
    Like Major League Baseball, the political campaign circuit is now in full swing. The Post-Tribune will begin publishing a weekling listing of upcoming political events, debates and other news. To contribute, email information to ccarlson@post-trib.com...
  • 'Improbable Libraries' a fascinating trek among the stacks

    In our technology-obsessed world, libraries provide tranquil sanctuaries for zoning out with physical books. "Libraries have a long history of overcoming geographic, economic and political challenges to bring the written word to an audience," writes...
  • Gary debates give primary candidates a place to present message

    Gary debates give primary candidates a place to present message
    GARY – A group of residents took it upon themselves to structure a series of debates for candidates running for municipal offices in the May 5 primary, saying they want to ensure that potential voters have a chance to learn about the candidates....
  • Parents, teachers implore Allentown School Board to restore cut music, art gym and library programs

    Parents, teachers implore Allentown School Board to restore cut music, art gym and library programs
    Included among the teachers and parents who pleaded Thursday to the Allentown School Board to restore programs lost due to budget cuts, the words of Gwen Muller may have made the strongest case. "My mom always tells me, 'You won't know until you try it!...
  • Agencies request more funding from county

    Agencies request more funding from county
    The Carroll County Board of Commissioners has completed its first round of agency meetings regarding the fiscal year 2016 budget, and each of the six organizations have made it clear that significant funding increases will be necessary to continue to...
  • Russell Library In Middletown Planning Programs On Culture Of India

    Russell Library In Middletown Planning Programs On Culture Of India
    MIDDLETOWN — Russell Library is planning a series of events over the next month to celebrate the Indian heritage of city residents. This year is the third year of cultural celebrations at the library, following its celebration of Middletown's...
  • Growing interest in ancient Chinese game

    Growing interest in ancient Chinese game
    Around Vivian Zimmerman's kitchen table, the tiles move swiftly. Bams and dots get discarded while dragons and jokers are scooped up. As seasoned veterans, the four mahjong players and longtime friends at her table can converse energetically while...
  • Local actress Roberta Randall portrays Eleanor Roosevelt

    Local actress Roberta Randall portrays Eleanor Roosevelt
    A crowd of about 50 Barrington-area residents received a unique history lesson on March 24 when local actress Roberta Randall visited the Barrington Area Public Library, where she portrayed Eleanor Roosevelt. "No one was neutral about Eleanor Roosevelt,...
  • Searching for an egg hunt

    Celebrating the Easter season with eggs is a tradition that predates the holiday itself. For years, pagan festivals celebrated the vernal equinox by dyeing, painting and eating eggs as representative of new life associated with the coming of spring. These...