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When the local newspaper of Weare, New Hampshire, closed its doors, the library director stepped up.
After San Diego Public Library staff had an encounter with a possible sex trafficking victim, they decided to be a part of the solution.
We often celebrate happy times at libraries. What about acknowledging the messier aspects of being human?
The Connecticut State Library created a health program series aimed at all of the libraries they serve.
Looking to serve their homeless population, an upstate New York library creates a one-stop-shop of social and medical services.
A rural Maine library led patrons on a snowshoe outing, followed by potluck soup and warm drinks at the library.
A small-town public library takes its board game club to the next level with weekly chess lessons.