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Your Guide to Public Library Resources to Utilize during COVID-19

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The public library is a community resource that has benefited countless individuals for hundreds of years. The first public library in the country opened in Peterborough, New Hampshire, in 1833. Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie helped build more than 1,700 public libraries in the US between 1881 and 1919.  That’s a lot of libraries! As a significant […]

April 20, 2020 / By / 3 Comments
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Best of Series: Top Ways to Love the Earth

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Earth Day 2020 goes digital this year! The best way we can share support for Mother Earth is to celebrate from home while maintaining social distancing. Amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency, we are mindful of the practice of social distancing to flatten the curve of the outbreak. We’re social distancing for human health, but we […]

April 16, 2020 / By / 2 Comments
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This Month in Mobility: March Public Transit Chatter

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The phrase “unchartered territory” is being heard quite often these days in the public transit world in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency as we continue to provide essential mobility to millions of Americans. For many people, transit service is “essential” and the only way to access a doctor, pharmacy, job (including health care […]

March 26, 2020 / By / Post a Comment
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The Best Ways to Enjoy Denton County on a Budget

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If you are budget conscious, cheap or frugal but want some fun activities to do in Denton County have no fear — there is plenty to do with little to no cost at all. Trust me, I’m an expert in this area! DCTA can also help you get there with a plethora of mobility options. […]

February 19, 2020 / By / Post a Comment