Greenwich Library in the news

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Greenwich Library received excellent coverage in the media for our response to the emergency situation in Greenwich. Check it out here:

"Libraries serve as shelter for storm refugees," Stamford Advocate, 3/15/10

"Libraries serve as shelter for storm refugees," Greenwich Time, 3/17/10 and Connecticut Post, 3/17/10

"CT Libraries Offer Extended Services After Power Outages," Library Journal, 3/18/10

"Ridiculous, Meet Sublime," American Libraries, 3/18/10

"Library a Welcome Refuge From Storm," Norma Bartol's column, Greenwich Time, 3/19/10

Letter to the Editor, Greenwich Time, 3/19/10

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This page contains a single entry by Kate published on March 19, 2010 2:06 PM.

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