A proposed budget for the cash-strapped city of San Bernardino may put libraries on the chopping block.
Nine Los Angeles-area public libraries are opening again on Sunday, starting Jan. 12.
Government offices, courts, schools, libraries, banks and post offices will be closed Monday in observance of the Christmas holiday.
Los Angeles libraries will once again be open on Mondays after budget cuts prompted the city to close all 73 of them once a week last summer.
All but essential government agencies will be closed Monday for Presidents Day, but you can enjoy plenty of free activities at local libraries and museums.
For bookworms big and small, local libraries provide dynamic yet quiet places to engage in reading and study. But many libraries hold more than just books. They’re also places that offer free access to technology, […]