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Posted at 05:30 PM ET, 09/26/2012

Have you visited your library lately?


Gerald Schneider of Kensington looks for books at the Wheaton Library. (Christopher Rossi - The Gazette)
Neighborhood libraries are historically known for providing free access to information. Walk through those doors and you’re free to roam through books, magazines, DVDs and more. Sign up for a library card and take those items with you.

As times have changed, so have libraries. More services have been added to keep up with the needs of the community. Use a computer to search for a job. Download an e-book to your smartphone. Take a workshop on English as a Second Language. And, yes, you can still stop by with your child for afternoon story time.

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By Local Living staff  |  05:30 PM ET, 09/26/2012

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