The Enoch Pratt Free Library’s annual Food for Fines donation drive quietly disappeared this past summer, when the library system progressively opted to eliminate overdue borrowing charges altogether. But from the ashes of that noble campaign comes Food for Friends, which is essentially the same deal to help address that crucial cause of widespread hunger.
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Your local library is one of the Nicest Places in America, according to “Good Morning America” and Reader’s Digest.
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is joining a small but growing list of library systems in major cities that are doing away with fines for patrons.
The time has come for Baltimore’s library patrons to once again shed their debt while helping out some hungry Maryland families.
From her standpoint as the United States’ new top librarian, former Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO Carla Hayden still looks very fondly upon her 23 years spent leading Baltimore’s public library system.
One of Baltimore’s well-known faces in TV news began a new job today working for the city’s library system.
Carla Hayden made her new post officially official on Wednesday when she was sworn in as the nation’s top librarian.
There were a few Senators against her, but it’s now official: Carla Hayden is leaving the top job at Enoch Pratt Free Library to head up the Library of Congress.