LawHelpNY has created a new set of online tools to help people solve their problems with money and consumer legal issues. LawHelpNY.org is a website that is designed to teach low-income New Yorkers about their rights, help them find free Continue reading LawHelpNY new Consumer Self-Help Tools Online
CCLD libraries will be closed Thursday, NOV 23 in observance of the holiday, but our eLibrary is always open — 24/7/365. For those of you hitting the road, libraries will be open until regular closing hours on Wednesday night, so Continue reading Your Holiday Roadtrip Supply List
Find your polling place Not sure where to vote? Use the NYS Voter Lookup to find your district and where to vote: https://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/ Constitutional Convention On November 7, registered voters can decide whether NYS should hold a constitutional convention. https://www.elections.ny.gov/ProposedAmendments.html Continue reading Don’t forget to vote today! Find your polling place!
Tuesday, September 26 is National Voter Registration Day! Are you registered to vote? Did you recently move (change address), turn 18, get married (change your name), complete parole, or would you like to change your party affiliation? From 12pm-3pm on Continue reading Register to Vote on National Voter Registration Day: Tuesday September 26, 2017
No one thinks they will need a lawyer. That is until they do. Perhaps you need to take a landlord to court, or you need a divorce from an abusive spouse. Maybe you are in a custody dispute or you Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes: Local & Online Legal Resources LibGuide for Elmira, NY
In November 2016, The Stanford History Education Group published the results of their one and a half year study to determine the civic online reasoning skills (ability to reason about the information on the Internet) of 7,804 students across 12 Continue reading News: fake, real, and everything in between. A roadmap for the rest of us.
Still working on your taxes? We have a limited supply of forms here at the Steele Memorial Library. So far, we have no state instruction books. We know this is a stressful time of year, so we’re sharing some clickable Continue reading Tax Resources
Hi everybody, Maggie here with the latest installment of free websites to improve your life. Recently with so many affected by Hurricane Matthew, I was looking for worldwide and up to the minute weather views. I stumbled upon Ventusky.com, the Continue reading Beneficial Bits ‘n Bytes: Our amazing world and universe.
Is the barcode on your library card or library card key tag so faded that our barcode scanner cannot read it? I have recently discovered an easy way to print and tape a barcode to a library card or key Continue reading Beneficial Bits ‘n Bytes – Printing a new Barcode for your Library Card
Zinio for Libraries offers our library members access to over 180 popular magazine titles, and many back issues as well. Browse or search the collection and view magazines in full-color. There are no holds, no loan period, and no limits Continue reading Beneficial Bits ‘n Bytes: Free Digital Magazines