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New York City's three library systems want an increase to their 10-year, $1 billion capital budget.

Lower East Side »

The renovations are expected to take between 14 and 18 months.

East Harlem »

Officials plan to get feedback from the community on how to use the funds.

Inwood »

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez posted the tweets after the final Inwood Library workshop meeting.

Inwood »

The city announced plans to develop affordable housing at the site earlier this month.

Inwood »

The project, which is set to begin in 2019, will also include a "state of the art" new library.

Concourse »

James Patterson's "NYPD Red 4" was number one on this year's list of most checked out books.

Morrisania »

The Woodstock library branch on E. 160th Street closed in late August 2014 for a $10 million overhaul.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The library on 10th Avenue is one of seven in the city offering the introductory coding course.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The "Community Oral History Project" has published nearly two-dozen neighborhood interviews online.

Upper West Side »

Looking for something to read this summer? Try these books featuring an Upper West Side hook.

Utopia »

With the spring semester winding down, we've got some advice for soon-to-be college graduates.

Inwood »

Is your kid a would-be sleuth? The New York Public Library has some reading recommendations for them.

Inwood »

The Inwood branch is the first to collaborate with local schools and parents. 

Melrose »

The library will close for renovations on Feb. 5 and reopen on Feb. 16.