Here are stories about the Orange County Library System from the news media.

West Orange Times

Staff from Orange County Library System’s Melrose Center connected with local maker groups to 3D-print critical personal protective equipment and delivered face-shield visors to Orlando Health.

Bungalower

In honor of Shakespere who was born in April, we picked some books that were either inspired by or about the great playwright and poet.

Bungalower

Mary Anne Hodel, who has served as the Director/CEO of the library system for the past 18 years, recently announced that it was her intention to retire. A national search has been launched to find her replacement.

Bungalower

Library customers are instructed to return their books by Monday, April 6 or to hold their materials and return them when the library system reopens to the public.

West Orange Times

According to a press release, the decision was made in accordance with the county's directive to halt all non-essential services and to protect the health and well-being of staff and guests.

Orlando Weekly

Following a government directive to shut  down non-essential services, the Orange County Library System has temporarily stopped home delivery service.

Bungalower

The Orange County Library System announced on its Facebook page yesterday that it would temporarily cease home delivery service after Thursday, March 26.

Orlando Sentinel

Although Orange County Library System branches are closed, many of their online resources remain available for library card holders.

Next City

Countless public libraries are closed to the public for the foreseeable future to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. And that, of course, means that librarians are working quickly to identify and innovate the best ways to continue serving their patrons.

Narcity

If you’re worried about how you’re going to pass the time or get your hands on that new release you’ve been waiting for while you’re stuck at home, there’s good news!

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