'AntiOD: Reclaiming Our City' is currently on display at the Main Library. It aims to address substance use disorder in Cincinnati and what we can do as a community to save lives from drug overdoses.
It's a Wednesday afternoon at the Carson School in West Price Hill. The room is filled with energy and fun as kids between the ages of three and five years old
Most people think of the Library as just a place to check out books and movies. I don’t blame them. I was under the same impression. When I was in high school,
When people hear the word “library” a few things typically come to mind; namely, Librarians and books. But the Library is run by people working in many different roles. They’re all helping community members with much more than book recommendations. Our series Spend a Day with a Library Worker takes you inside the lives of library staff…
In the early-to-mid 1900s, the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County had two branches for Black community members, the Douglass Branch Library in Wal
The third Thursday of the month draws genealogists and historians to the Green Township Branch Library for presentation by the Green Township Genealogy Club.
Library Writer-In-Residence, Jessica Strawser, shares tips to finding more time and space in our lives to write.
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite titles from the stacks that explore and celebrate motherhood in its many forms.
A Library staff member interviews local artist Lindsey Whittle. They discuss her work, the MakerSpace, and the impact of libraries on her art-making.
Learn about some exciting updates to the Mt. Healthy branch as part of the Library's Facilities Master Plan for Building the Next Generation Library.