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For Jane Blue, the new director of the Northumberland Public Library, moving to Northumberland County wasn’t altogether a new experience. She and her husband, Jim, owned a summer home in Bay Quarter Shores from 2005 until 2015 while Jim was on active duty in the US Army. Then, in 2014, with Jim eligible to retire,

Northumberland’s Special Education Advisory Council is building a collection of resources for special education, and they’re making public access a priority. The SEAC has partnered with Northumberland Public Library to house the collection so that as many people as possible can benefit. Every county is required to have a SEAC, but generally any resources the

The Northumberland Public Library has been awarded a $10,000 grant from River Counties Community Foundation in support of the library’s Learning and Literacy program. The funding, provided through the Donald W. and Doris B. Lynch Endowment, will allow the library to add to its collection, including books suggested by Northumberland Elementary School teachers. This is

Some of Northumberland’s technologically challenged folks will have to find a new source of help come September. Izaak Hagy, often called “the wizard” for his aid in solving computer problems people have been bringing to him at the Northumberland Public Library since he was 12 years old, will be going to college. Six years ago,