While classmates hit the books on this President’s day, fifth grade students from Carrollton’s Janie Stark elementary were learning history—hands on.
A Texas state law took effect in September that defines the failure to return library books as theft. The law mandates up to a $100 fine per offense.
Fifty years after JFK’s assassination, Irving is opening a house it hopes will tell a part of the story many people don’t know; where Marina and Lee Harvey Oswald spent their last night together.
The Bedford Public Library has joined more than two dozen others in a growing battle with e-book publishers.
Hundreds of public libraries and schools across Texas are eligible to receive nutrition and fitness-related books and DVDs to help fight childhood obesity.
Summer is here and it’s time to enroll your child in summer reading events to keep him or her ready for school when it starts up again. Here’s a list of the best ones.
Surveillance cameras captured two young men breaking into the Arlington City Library and stealing computer tablets on Thanksgiving Day. Now police are asking for your help identifying the pair.
After 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica is going out of print. The book-form of Encyclopaedia Britannica has been in print since 1768. It will stop being available when the current stock runs out.
About two dozen wide-eyed four and five year olds filed off of a school bus Thursday on an important field trip. They were taking their first visit to the library, by way of a program that organizers hope will promote literacy.
The demands of the Meadowbrook Branch Library in east Fort Worth were far larger than the books housed on its rows of shelves.
The future is a little brighter at Dallas City Hall. Council members were told that the budget outlook is not as bad as it was just a few weeks ago.
Former first lady Laura Bush is set to appear at a Dallas school to announce libraries that will be receiving grants to buy books.