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Everett Library Letting Patrons Borrow Chromebooks and Hotspots

June 4, 2021

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The Everett Public Library is expanding technology options for members. Here’s some information on borrowing Chromebooks and-or hotspots from either the main Library downtown or at the south Everett branch. Everett Public Library makes Chromebooks and Wi-Fi hotspots available to community members who need technology and internet access beyond the library walls. Chromebook computers and […]

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Everett Library Branches Welcoming Patrons Back Inside

March 2, 2021

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Great news in from the Everett Library as both branches are now welcoming people back inside. There are of course some changes due to the pandemic. Here’s the latest information. First a message from Library Director Abigail Cooley: We know the people of Everett depend on the wide variety of services the Everett Public Library […]

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Cooley Named As New Director Of Everett Library

August 15, 2017

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After interviewing four candidates the Everett Public Library has named Abigail Cooley as new director. Here’s a bit more information… The Everett Public Library Board of Trustees has selected Abigail (Abby) Cooley as the next director of the Everett Public Library. Cooley will start Nov. 1, 2017, taking over the leadership role from Eileen Simmons, […]

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Everett Library To Offer “Clean Slate” For Many Past Transgressions

March 22, 2017

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Did you used to have an Everett library card but you ran up a few overdue fees or had a lost item and stopped visiting? Has your account been inactive for at least ten years? Soon you’ll be able to come back inside the library and get your borrowing privileges back along with a shiny […]

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Off-Duty Police Paid To Patrol Downtown Everett Library

February 17, 2017

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In addition to security guards, off-duty Everett police officers are now patrolling the downtown Everett library 30 hours a week. The City of Everett is paying between nine and fifteen hundred dollars per week for the off-duty uniformed patrols. MyEverettNews.com reached out to the city for an explanation and received the following in an email […]

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Paws To Read At Everett Library

October 20, 2015

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For more than a decade the Everett Library’s “Paws to Read” program has helped elementary school kids (and even a few adults) learn to read in a stress-free, non-judgmental environment. Yesterday, MyEverettNews.com stopped by the Evergreen Branch of the Everett Library to take a look. Most every Monday for the last eight + years, Dan […]

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