“Gains: Employment through Technology Training in Blount County,” is designed for those in Blount County who are either unemployed or underemployed and lack the computer skills necessary for better employment.
Friends of McIver's Grant Public Library's recent Meet the Authors Night echoed the wisdom of Mark Twain, with an evening of good friends, good books and good fellowship. After a brief business meeting in McIver's Grant Public Library's community room on Monday, March 23, the annual FOL meeting offered those attending a chance to visit with three authors with a connection to West Tennessee. ...
Public libraries have been about more than books for decades, but the digitization of information and head-spinning pace of technological innovation has resulted in an expansion of offerings that Andrew Carnegie, or Jules Verne for that matter, could scarcely have imagined.
"The 19th annual Maury County Safety Awards were recently presented by the Loss Control Committee on behalf of Maury County ..Adam Southern, Maury County Library for the most improved safety record..."
"The Chattanooga Area Historical Association and the Local History and Genealogy Department of The Public Library invite you to "Haunts of Chattanooga's Rich and Famous," a program presented by John Shearer..."
At 8:59 a.m. Monday, about 10 people were lined up at the Main Library waiting for the front door to be unlocked at 9. The scene resembled one at a Starbucks, except that the people weren’t seeking coffee — just warmth, quiet and computers.
In 2010, two young fathers, Forrest Register and Vince Edge, decided that a direct appeal to local government from citizens of the city of Dothan and its surrounding Houston County, AL, could help transform their community into one in which their children would grow up educated and happy and perhaps even want to stay as adults. Their first priority was to infuse new energy and relevance into the lethargic Houston County Library System (HCLS): at the time headquartered at a downtown branch that f
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