New York, Brooklyn And Queens Public Library Systems Doing Away With Late FeesDo you have a library book you haven't returned in awhile? Well, there is good news.
While Celebrations Mark Juneteenth Holiday, Historians Also Urge Reflection, Education On Equity In SocietyNow, we are encouraged to take a deep dive into history and put a spotlight on unsung heroes.
'Making Amends,' Wisconsin Woman Returns Children's Book To Queens Public Library 63 Years LateBetty Diamond, 74, now lives in Madison, Wisconsin. She decided it was finally time to call the Auburndale branch of the Queens Public Library and fess up.
New York City's Public Libraries To Start Offering Grab-And-Go ServicesThe New York, Brooklyn and Queens public libraries plan to provide grab-and-good book services.
Small But Beloved Public Library Closing In QueensThe property's new owner, a private equity firm called Savanna, plans to transform the space to a central dining and retail location.
Problems Continue: Cracks, Water Damage Spotted At Revamped Hunters Point LibraryIt's barely a month old, but the brand new Hunter's Point Library in Long Island City already has problems.
NYPD: Suspect Charged In Queens Library Groping IncidentHector Troche, 56, of Astoria was arrested and charged with sex abuse, forcible touching and public lewdness for an incident last week.
Police: Suspect Groped And Exposed Himself To Victim, 15, Inside Library Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call Crime stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).
Mobile Library Offers Rockaways Residents An Escape Amid The DestructionJust four days after the ocean crashed through the big glass windows of the Peninsula branch on Rockaway Beach Boulevard, a yellow bus pulled in to the parking lot to offer residents a break from the devastation.
Arrest Made In Queens Library, Synagogue, Church Swastikas IncidentFranco Rodriguez, 40, has been charged with graffiti as a hate crime for allegedly spray painting swastikas on a library, synagogue and church in Jackson Heights.
NYC Libraries Warn Of Consequences From $90 Million Funding CutNYPL President Paul LeClerc said that school children would be hurt the most by the proposed cuts.