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
At the Steele Memorial Library, we have suggestion boxes and always want to hear from you about what is working for you (or not) at our libraries. Here we look into our suggestion box and see what you have to Continue reading Talk Back: Answering questions about the library
Check out our Citizenship Corner (next to the health and education reference center by the Digital Media Lab) on the 2nd floor of the Steele Memorial Library)! It includes citizenship test preparation materials along with information about the naturalization process. Continue reading Immigration News: Citizenship Corner in the Steele Memorial Library
Here are just a few of the titles we recently added to our genealogy and local history research collection: Onondaga Iroquois Prehistory: A Study in Settlement Archaeology by James A. Tuck Landmarks of the Revolution in New York State: A Continue reading New Titles in Genealogy and Local History
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.
Listed below are a small sampling of freely accessible reference sites that provide information about very popular topics. As you scroll to the bottom of the page, you will find important links that can assist you on which presidential candidate Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – Reference Sites
About a year ago my daughters and I were in the process of planning for their first trip to Europe. Seeing that all three of us were recent college graduates we balked at the thought of signing up for a Continue reading Did you know that your public library is a vacation planner’s paradise?
The Genealogy Department is proud and happy to announce that our staff and volunteers have completed a spreadsheet containing the names from St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery Records from their Ledger Book encompassing the years 1890 -1947. We now have Continue reading St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery Records
Did you know the NOVELny program now offers library patrons throughout New York State Access to all the Gannett Newspapers which include full-text archive of the Elmira Star Gazette 1999- present, Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin 1999-present, Ithaca Journal 2003-present, Rochester Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes: New York State Gannett Newsstand
Starcat, as you know, is our library catalog that gives you access to materials from both your own library, as well as materials from any of the Southern Tier Library System’s 48 member libraries. When conducting a search for an Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – Placing a Hold in Starcat