Even as budgets remained strained, Georgia's public libraries continued to evolve with the times in 2013, transitioning more toward the electronic resources that residents crave, while expanding the traditional services they still demand.
The winning entry will be published in the June 2014 print edition of Atlanta Magazine and at atlantamagazine.com. The contest is open to all Georgia high school students, grades 9 through 12
Gov. Nathan Deal's budget proposal for the 2015 fiscal year includes several pieces of good news for the state's public libraries.
With a more streamlined, colorful & child-friendly design than the main catalog, Kids' PINES will be used at more than 275 participating public libraries around the state.
The new issue of Georgia County Government features great coverage of the way public libraries are building better communities through and impacting people's lives.