Harsh economic times are driving more people to use public libraries.
As recent reports in local newspapers and on local television attest, people are visiting our library and using library services in increasing numbers.
It makes sense that public libraries have become hot spots for people who want to use the Internet, conduct job searches, update computer skills, create a resume, or check out books, DVDs, and other materials free of charge.
Visit us today and see what we can do for you.
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Soft economy translates to crowded Birmingham libraries (nbc13.com)
Birmingham area libraries see big upturn in activity in face of economic downturn (al.com)
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