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  • La Salle's Bob Dylan collection getting noticed

    PHILADELPHIA The question has lingered in song since it was first posed in the 1960s: How many roads must a man walk down before he becomes the subject of a major university archive devoted to helping researchers discern the meaning of his every move and...
  • Bristol Library to Host "Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits" on Nov. 20

    Bristol Library to Host "Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits" on Nov. 20
      BRISTOL - Financial advisor Michael Alimo will present a workshop called "Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits" on Nov. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at the library downtown. Alimo and David Weyner, a retired executive, have presented similar workshops at...
  • $4,575,197: Libraries

    Newport News has four libraries and 52 employees that run them and provide technical support. The city has budgeted $4,575,197 for its Libraries Department this fiscal year. For the Pearl Bailey Branch, which employs seven at 3510 Wickham Ave., $490,261...
  • Enoch Pratt selects temporary home for Central Library books

    Enoch Pratt selects temporary home for Central Library books
    Some of the 1.4 million books housed at the central branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library are set to move to less distinguished digs: a 40,000-square-foot space in a Westport warehouse. The temporary relocation is expected to start in the spring, as...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Libraries can be supporters of the arts

    In the Forum page of the Nov. 13 Daily Pilot, just-elected councilwoman Katrina Foley writes about Costa Mesa High School's new performing arts complex as a step forward for the City of the Arts. She points out that public projects like this are good for...
  • Food for Fines and holiday programs are library hits

    Assistant Director Mary Palomba at the Enfield Public Library has been at the library for the past 20 years, and they have been running the "Food for Fines" program at least that long. She refers to it as a "win-win." "It is a wonderful way to get our...
  • Park Ridge tax levy outlook not as grim as expected

    Park Ridge tax levy outlook not as grim as expected
    The outlook for Park Ridge's 2014 property tax levy has improved slightly, which means the city won't have to seek the 23.22 percent hike originally planned for next month, officials said. The currently proposed levy is now 22.09 percent higher than...
  • New north Eustis fire station dedication set for Saturday

    New north Eustis fire station dedication set for Saturday
    Eustis' Fire Department will have a dedication and grand opening of its second fire station at 1800 Hicks Ditch Road, which serves north Eustis. The event begins at 10 a.m. Saturday. Festivities include a ceremonial raising of the flag and wetting of...
  • Obama's presidential library belongs on the South Side

    Obama's presidential library belongs on the South Side
    As a child growing up on Chicago's South Side in the 1920s, I often heard from my wise mother that I should pay attention to our neighbor, Dr. Julian Dawson, a black physician who inspired deep respect in our community. "You see, he looks like you,"...
  • Folk dance program comes to Babcock Library for 'Second Friday'

    On the second Friday of every month, patrons, guests and residents from surrounding towns have the opportunity to enjoy a special "Second Friday" event at the Babcock Library. Programs can range from lectures to music programs. When "Laughter Yoga" was...
  • Book Sale to be held at Whitehall Township Public Library Nov. 20-22

    Avid readers can purchase books at affordable prices and benefit Whitehall Township Public Library at the same time. The library is hosting a Book Sale, from 9:30 a.m. until close Nov. 20-22, according to the library's website. Readers are encouraged to...