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

Orlando Weekly

After 20 years of serving the community, the Orange County Library System has decided to permanently close the Herndon Branch library located at 4324 E. Colonial Drive.


The Herndon location has been operating for roughly 20 years and mostly serviced families in Baldwin Park as well as the Lake Underhill area and Hibiscus neighborhood.

Orlando Sentinel

Al igual que miles de residentes de Florida, Yesenia Arroyo tuvo que permanecer en casa y alejarse del trabajo que tanto disfruta como instructora de tecnología 3D en el Melrose Center en downtown Orlando.


The Southeast, Winter Garden, South Trail, North Orange and South Creek branches will open Monday for returns, grab-and-go services and one-hour computer use. 


The library has continued offering popular programming using Facebook and YouTube channels to stream live events, as well as Zoom for classes where customers can interact with instructors


The Orange County Library System has issued a release that shares that it is preparing a phased reopening of its branches.

News 96.5 WDBO

Just like the state governor's plan for re-opening the state, the Orange County Library System says their regular services will happen in phases. 

West Orange Times

The Orange County Library System is giving children a way to hear stories even during the quarantine.


The Orange County Library System said it will reopen its call center Wednesday, May 6.


In honor of Mother’s Day, these reads chosen by Orange County Library System staff have a common theme: moms, like you.