Though not an official federal holiday, Flag Day was first established in 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson to celebrate the adoption of “Old Glory” as the symbol of our country on June 14, 1777.
This visual medium allows readers to experience everything from French fashion to true crime. By adding a layer of perspective to the storytelling, the versatile format often accomplishes things normal books may not.
We share tips, tricks and resources for teens and young adults interviewing for the perfect summer position in our third post on landing an awesome job.
School’s almost out for the summer! Shut your locker, gather your friends and head to The County Library for a little relaxation.
Want to find your ancestors, but don't know where to start? It's easier than you think.
With summer right around the corner, many teens and young adults are on the hunt for that perfect summer job. Now that you’ve identified a few promising job listings, it’s time to start applying.
In preparation for the highly anticipated premiere of AMC’s new series Preacher on Sunday, May 22, BCLS has ordered some fresh copies of the Garth Ennis’ and Steve Dillon’s comic of the same name.
Starting in the early 1920s in Europe as a celebration of the bicycle, Bike Week has evolved into a social movement that helps promote healthy living and a cleaner environment.
Take a moment to celebrate the life and work of award-winning artist, writer and animator Darwyn Cooke.