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  • Archives show Hillary Clinton OK'd tax breaks for nonprofits

    In the Clinton administration's final months, then-first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton took an active role in White House efforts to give tax breaks to private foundations and wealthy charity donors at the same time that the William J. Clinton Foundation...
  • Glen Burnie East: Read all about it! Kindergarten class top 100 in national reading program

    Glen Burnie East: Read all about it! Kindergarten class top 100 in national reading program
    The kindergarten class at Calvary Baptist Church Academy came out on top in Pizza Hut's Book It! program when it was named one of the top 100 reading classrooms for the 2014 to 2015 school year. BOOK IT!, now in its 30th year, is an incentive program...
  • Bristol Library, Schools, City Hall Closing for Memorial Day Holiday

    Bristol Library, Schools, City Hall Closing for Memorial Day Holiday
    BRISTOL - The public schools, the downtown library and its Forestville branch, city hall and the trash transfer station will all be closed May 25 for the Memorial Day holiday. The Imagine Nation Museum is also closed for the holiday. City crews will...
  • Palm Beach County triples visitors' library fees

    Palm Beach County triples visitors' library fees
    Checking out a Palm Beach County library book is about to get three times as expensive for visitors and even some locals too. The county's $30 non-resident annual library card fee goes up to $95 on June 1. The $15 fee for a six-month card is...
  • Naper Boulevard Library reopens in grand style

    Naper Boulevard Library reopens in grand style
    Executive Director of the Naperville Library Julie Rothenfluh said was like "opening a present on Christmas Day." City Councilwoman Becky Anderson said it "was more than just about books – it was technology, music, education and a wealth of other...
  • Hampshire approves release of impact fees to Ella Johnson Library

    Hampshire approves release of impact fees to Ella Johnson Library
    The Hampshire Village Board this week unanimously approved releasing $10,000 in impact fees to the Ella Johnson Memorial Public Library District in Hampshire. Emily Klonicki, the library district's executive director, told the board that the $10,000...
  • Crime caper kingpin Dashiell Hammett papers home at U of SC

    A major collection of letters, photos and publications of the late crime fiction author Dashiell Hammett has been acquired by the University of South Carolina and will be made available to students and scholars within the coming year. Hammett was a high-...
  • Central Florida's summer food program trying to reach more kids

    Central Florida's summer food program trying to reach more kids
    Thousands of Central Florida kids who get free and reduced-cost meals at school will go hungry or fill their stomachs with cheap junk food once summer comes, officials worry. Typically, only 9 percent of the region's students who are eligible for the...
  • Library's closing reveals fading Carnegie legacy, hopeful future

    Library's closing reveals fading Carnegie legacy, hopeful future
    In the basement mailroom of the Aurora Public Library's main building, covered by a ceiling panel above a copy machine, is the bricks-and-mortar legacy of the individual who once was the world's richest man. It's a wall of what had been the main...
  • Letters: Green's distortions; Thank you

    Green's distortions Henry Green's recent guest column ("Hogan, Schuh have started shortchanging state, county," The Capital, May 22) is amazing in both its inaccuracy and blatant distortions. County Executive Steve Schuh's budget calls for an...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Trustees suggest second story for library/fire station

    The Newport Beach Board of Library trustees Monday told an architect that they want to consider adding a second story to the new Corona del Mar library branch building. "What's wrong with adding a second story?" asked Trustee Eleanor Palk. "It's...