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Library environment far from tranquil for many Black employees

The allegations leveled by Indianapolis Public Library employees regarding the CEO, Jackie Nytes, and the culture of the library demonstrate something is amiss. That’s an...

Library, property owners continue battle over proposed branch

Groundbreaking for a new Brightwood library branch, the east-side community’s first freestanding library facility, was scheduled to take place at some point this year....

Indianapolis Joins National Challenge to Improve Digital Learning for Children

Indianapolis is one of over 30 major communities across the country to accept the ConnectED Library Challenge, an initiative announced by President Obama on...

Indy Library cited for excellence in financial reporting

For the 21st consecutive year, The Indianapolis Public Library has received the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial...

Library continues status as an American Star Library

In the most recent evaluation of the nation's largest library systems, The Indianapolis Public Library again has been ranked among the top urban libraries...

Library eBooks available for Kindle

The Indianapolis Public Library announced that its eBook collection is now compatible with the Amazon Kindle eBook reader. Patrons can download popular and classic...

Shelby Branch Library to get new name

When the major renovation to the Shelby Branch of the Indianapolis Public Library is completed in early November, the branch will be known as...

Central Library & library branches times

Please be aware that the Central Library & library branches are closed at least one day per week. Here's a link to a chart...

Decisions on library financing delayed until July

The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library Board of Trustees will postpone any decision on options to effectively maintain future library services until July. That meeting...

Ind. Supreme Court to review Indy library lawsuit

The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether engineering subcontractors should be held liable for millions of dollars in cost overruns in a recent renovation...
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