2 hrs ago | WAND-TV Decatur
The "Fahrenheit 451" author was born in the Chicago suburb in 1920. He died last year at age 91. The library found out after Bradbury's death that he had bequeathed it his collection.
6 hrs ago | Vineyard Gazette Online
Edgartown School students joined town and library officials Monday to celebrate the first visible marker of Edgartown's new library: a sign announcing the beginning of the project.
10 hrs ago | Warwickonline.com
BOOKING ON JOBS: Senator Jack Reed addresses a group of trainers in the Digital Literacy class at Cranston Central Library on Friday.
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Looking on are library director Diane Greenwald and public service manager Jana Stevenson.
15 hrs ago | Thorne Today
Gerald Selby was first appointed as senior assistant librarian in Doncaster in 1938 and from 1940-45 he served in the Royal Navy as a signals officer.
16 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
James Leary of UMass Medical School said study after study has shown there's a direct correlation between early literacy and success later in life.
17 hrs ago | This Is Somerset
A new mobile library timetable is being rolled out by Bath & North East Somerset Council to improve the service in line with its Community Library Programme.
The city of LaFayette rejected a proposal from the county during its monthly meeting Monday, June 10, to take out a loan to cover the cost of the remainder of the LaFayette library renovation project.
F ive-Year-old Haylee Mills knew what she liked about the puppet show: Everything.
Four Charleston County schools will receive $5,000 grants to improve their libraries.
Can books help war-torn lands heal from conflict? A new international initiative to save historic manuscripts in Mali may mark one step toward rebuilding and reconciliation in that conflict-ridden country.
In the months following the October 2001, passage of the Patriot Act, there was a heated public debate about the very provision of the law that we now know the government is using to vacuum up phone records of American citizens on a massive scale.
Parents and children alike are in for a treat this Thursday when puppeteer and magician Asa Diamond and his cast of lovable characters present "Go Fetch a Book" for Summer Reading Club members of Macon County's Public Libraries.
Lakeside Middle School teacher Julie Bird helps Joshay Williams, 12, with an assignment.
Another summer gone. Another opportunity missed. Every vacation, one hears parents, especially of young adults, rue about the lack of reading spaces and naturally, good reading content for this oh-so-impatient and impressionable age group Another summer gone.
In recent years, the steampunk genre has become increasingly popular throughout the likes of new books, art, movies and even an upcoming Lego toy-line.
Bangor voters will cast ballots inside the Cross Insurance Center for the first time on Tuesday to decide the fate of Bangor Public Library's copper roof replacement bond and the city's $42 million school budget.