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  • High-schoolers can study for finals May 21 at Warren-Newport Library

    Events and programs for the whole family are being held at libraries across Lake County. Grayslake Area Public Library 100 Library Lane 847-223-5313 Teen book group: Teens can talk about their favorite books at 4:30 p.m. May 21. Hear about what...
  • Newington Creates Library Building Committee

    NEWINGTON -- The town council created a building committee last week as the first step toward adding on to the Lucy Robbins Welles Library. "I think it's obvious if anybody visits the library, especially behind the scenes, that something has to be done,"...
  • Thanks, Obama, but city is already home to many historic libraries

    Thanks, Obama, but city is already home to many historic libraries
    How nice: We are getting a new library. Where? What? Who knows, and there are lots of other questions to be answered, but last week came the news that Barack Obama's presidential library and museum will open here in … well, that's another...
  • Bus trip to see mermaids at Weeki Wachee Springs

    Bus trip to see mermaids at Weeki Wachee Springs
    The Friends of Cooper Memorial Library is sponsoring a bus trip to Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, the historic attraction in rural Spring Hill on June 25. Weeki Wachee Springs debuted its underwater show in 1947, featuring women dressed as mermaids...
  • Growing need for outside Internet access is an issue for Hampton Roads students

    Growing need for outside Internet access is an issue for Hampton Roads students
    Internet access is arguably not a necessity like water or electricity, but especially for the young, it's getting pretty darn close. For students without the access to the Web at home, the constant hunt for free Wi-Fi for both social and schoolwork...
  • Talk of the County: Enforce loud music laws in North Chicago, Waukegan

    Talk of the County: Enforce loud music laws in North Chicago, Waukegan
    Editor's Note: Talk of the County is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at (312) 222-4554 or email talkofthecounty@tribpub.com. For a continuously updating blog of...
  • Woodwardville: Visiting the little town Schuh has slated for a library

    If you blink, you might miss it. The green signs for Woodwardville on either side of Patuxent Road are a reminder you're technically in a historic area — all of 0.12 square miles — with two streets, a main drag and a dead-end dirt road....
  • Obamas face big decisions about life after White House

    Obamas face big decisions about life after White House
    Presidential library? Check. Future home? TBD. The decision by President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, to build his presidential library in Chicago scratches one item from their to-do list for life after the White House. Remaining decisions...
  • Bunnies, books fill fest for kids at Newport Beach library

    Bunnies, books fill fest for kids at Newport Beach library
    The Newport Beach Central Library hosted the Bunnies and Books for Kids Festival last weekend as children turned out for bunny-themed storytelling, face painting, crafts and a scavenger hunt on the Civic Center green. Even Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck made...
  • Letters: Annapolis library; Board of Education

    Annapolis library County Executive Steve Schuh has proposed that the new library on West Street be built with only 4,000 additional square feet over the current building. This increase in square footage will do little more than provide adequate public...
  • Bulletin Board: Zion Jubilee Days, Nostalgia Days commissions meet May 18

    Board meetings around the county. Monday, May 18 Antioch: Antioch Senior Advisory Committee meets 10 a.m., Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbek Drive; Village Board meets 7:30 p.m., 874 Main St. Community High School District 128: School Board meets 7 p....