Libraries Newswire (Page 12)

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  1. 95-year-old Wayne County library system coming to endRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NewsCenter 25

    The 95-year-old Wayne County library system is coming to an end as it transitions its remaining two libraries into municipal ones. The Detroit Free Press reports libraries in the Detroit suburbs of Ecorse and Taylor cease operating as county libraries Wednesday.


  2. St. Matthew the Apostle recognizes CYO membersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Times-Picayune

    Each year, the Knights of Columbus Council 13425 of St. Matthew the Apostle in River Ridge recognizes two CYO members from the parish who have exhibited outstanding leadership skills, served as role models to other members and demonstrated their faith through service to the parish and community. This year the group recognized Kirsten Pecquet and Ryan Roberts and presented them with the Catholic Youth Leadership Award and scholarship.


  3. CommentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Brooklyn Paper

    ... space and giving it to private groups," said Carolyn McIntyre, a founder of activist group Citizens Defending Libraries. "This is a real-estate deal and is no longer true to the mission of what libraries are about, which is making information and ...


  4. Failed pump causes sewage backup into Homer Village HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The News-Gazette

    Homer Village Hall is off-limits to the public after a failed pump station caused raw sewage to back up into the building. When the pump station first failed - on the morning of June 25 - no notification alarm was sent, Mayor Ray Cunningham said.


  5. Get It Loud project nominated for national lottery awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    PEOPLE are urged to vote for a local campaign which has been shortlisted in the final seven of a national lottery competition. Get It Loud In Libraries has been an ongoing initiative which has seen local libraries bouncing to live music gigs.


  6. McConnell Foundation gives Tehama County Library $500,000 grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Red Bluff Daily News

    ... with creating a modern community resource from the conception,” Ainsworth said. “Whoever said libraries are a thing of the past hasn't been to ours. There's 10-20 people at all times waiting to go online. We have an outrageous number ...


  7. Cambridge News published Artist reveals her seat among the stars at Cambridge's Institute...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cambridge Evening News

    Art and science came together at Cambridge's Institute of Astronomy yesterday when a sculpture was unveiled in its grounds. Cepheus Parchment Scroll by Zoe Richter is an artwork which also provides a seat for stargazers, and was officially opened by the astronomy's librarian Mark Hurn.


  8. Summer activities to make the season funRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Northern Michigan News

    Although the first week off is exciting, as the weeks continue, you might find yourself eager to go back and start classes. Yet, with most area schools slated to begin the new school year on Sept.


  9. Daily dishRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Lowell Sun

    ... jet on Monday for the conference that runs through Friday. James Patterson is announcing the first round of school libraries to receive grants from an initiative he and Scholastic Reading Club launched in March, and he continues to raise the amount ...


  10. Ashburnham hires assistant librarianRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sentinel & Enterprise

    ... as interim director. Callegari will continue with her current position in Troy, dividing her time between the two libraries. According to library staff, the interim position will require Callegari to act as the library's current "point man," ...


  11. E is for ElephantRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | University of Cambridge

    The Cambridge Animal Alphabet series celebrates Cambridge's connections with animals through literature, art, science and society. Here, E is for Elephant: an animal that takes pride of place in the Parker Library's manuscripts, is frequently in conflict with people in Thailand and parts of Africa, and is the focus of some important conservation projects.


  12. Living history in one of Britain's most incredible citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    ... was staring at the main research library for one of the greatest universities in the world - and one of the oldest libraries in Europe. After a delicious lunch of freeA -range chicken fricassee, I set off in search of more splendour. I didn't have ...


  13. e-Research: new customers, new librariansRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | ICTlogy

    Pena-Lopez, I. . e-Research: new customers, new librarians . Research seminar for the 'The library knocks at your door' coaching sessions.


  14. Carlsbad Council Passes $313.5 Million BudgetRead the original story

    Tuesday |

    ... million. The operating budget includes day-to-day city expenses, such as public safety, parks and recreation, libraries, infrastructure maintenance and other services. The Capital Improvement Program budge t covers major city construction projects. ...


  15. FAF-Drugs3: a web server for compound property calculation and chemical library designRead the original story

    Tuesday | Nucleic Acids Research

    ... a web server that can be used for drug discovery and chemical biology projects to help in preparing compound libraries and to assist decision-making during the hit selection/lead optimization phase. Since it was first described in 2006, FAF-Drugs ...


  16. Another twist in the Julie Ann Garciacelay cold case, 40 years after she disappearedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Julie Ann Garciacelay was sitting in her North Melbourne flat having a drink with a former boxer, a career criminal and a crime reporter. When her sister, Gail, returned to the Canning Street flat they shared the next morning, Ms Garciacelay and the men were gone.


  17. Children's Summer Reading Club gets underway at libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Osoyoos Times

    Leif David, a Kelowna magician, will be back at the Osoyoos library branch on Aug. 5 as the finale for the children's Summer Reading Club. Activities run every Wednesday evening starting July 8 on the theme of "Build It!" The Summer Reading Club for children gets underway July 8 at the Osoyoos branch of Okanagan Regional Library with the theme "Build It!" The program runs on Wednesday evenings throughout July and is followed by a performance on Aug. 5 by Okanagan-based magician Leif David, also known as Ali K. Zam.


  18. An Interview With Emerging Leader Isabel Gonzalez-SmithRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | LITA Blog

    I am an Undergraduate Experience Librarian at the University of Illinois at Chicago's Richard J. Daley Library where I focus on how the library can support the academic success of our undergraduates. It's hard to pick a single thing I love about my job because it is really personal to me.


  19. Helping Launch the NetGain ChallengeRead the original story

    Feb 11, 2015 | My heart's in Accra

    ... them. In 1889, Andrew Carnegie gave money to build a public library in Braddock, Pennsylvania, the first of 1,689 libraries he funded in the US. These were not just spaces that allowed people to feed their minds, but in many towns, the only spaces ...


  20. Lewes Farmers Market sets ice cream demonstration July 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Cape Gazette

    The Fourth of July weekend is cause for celebration, and what better way to enjoy this holiday weekend than a picnic at the beach or on the patio featuring the region's best summer produce? The Historic Lewes Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, July 4, on the grounds of the Lewes Historical Society at 110 Shipcarpenter St. at the corner of West Third and Shipcarpenter streets. The HLFM is the largest producer-only market in Delaware.