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The Library Lovers League organized a "Books Vs. Billionaires" protest that took place on December 16th.
The library is one of 32 that will either close or be shoved into private hands as the council slashes A 2million from its budgets.
Investigators believe a gunman who opened fire at Colorado's Arapahoe High School had selected at least five spots he wanted to target on his rampage.
Colorado shooter Karl Pierson had written plans to attack at least five areas of Arapahoe High School on his arm, as well as the Latin phrase for "The Die Has Been Cast," the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday.
In the spirit of the season, the Chemung County Library District is offering an amnesty on fines from Dec. 24 through 31. Bring a non-perishable food item for each $5 in fines to the library district's Community Missions bin while returning overdue books, compact discs and videos fine-free.
With the passing of former Logan County Public Librarian Linda Kompanik earlier in the year, much sadness has surrounded the educational institution which offers so much to so many different people.
Some were praised as inspirations for young people, others for their work on digital projects and still others as tireless researchers.
Clayton Dunehoo, 3, of Fort Morgan talked with Santa Claus during the Cookies with Santa program at the Fort Morgan Library Saturday.
Florida Atlantic University has found a new and exciting way to demonstrate that it is obviously the worst place in America - possibly the world - to go to college.
The Johnson County Library is inching closer to a recommendation on a long-term facilities plan that will determine the future of the Cedar Roe and Corinth libraries or their successors.
There are only nine days before Christmas and it's not time to panic ... yet. With $25 in hand, Times reporters discovered you can find a bevy of fun gifts at some unexpected places.
Colorado's governor asked the nation Sunday for prayers for the 17-year-old girl who was critically wounded by a classmate at her suburban Denver high school.
The Board of Trustees of Bernardsville Public Library has selected April L. Judge as the library's new permanent Executive Director.
A screen shot of a June 12, 1919 page of the Marin Journal featuring the Alpine Dam, which is part of the digital project to archive the Marin Journal.
When he was an architecture student, James W.P. Campbell hunted for a book that surveyed the history of library architecture.
It was a day used to "celebrate the joy of reading" as well as usher in the holidays as libraries across Montgomery County participated in Read-a-Book Day and Library Open House on Saturday.