Boston Public Library has uploaded more than 8,000 historical photographs from its archival collections to Wikimedia Commons
BOSTON – January 11, 2020 – The Boston Public Library today announced the Repairing America initiative, pledging to use its 2021 programming and services to help bridge gaps that divide America. The library is focusing its institutional priorities on finding ways to help Americans become more resilient and able to face and recover from the challenges…
The Boston Public Library today announced that is it extending its moratorium on assessing late fines through March 31st, 2021.
We are excited to officially announce our new BPL To Go mobile app, which makes “ordering” items for pick-up even easier. We hope this app provides greater access to our collections while we remain closed for in-person service.
The Board of Trustees of the Boston Public Library (BPL) has unanimously ratified the Library’s Statement and Action Plan on Racial Equity.
The Boston Public Library today announced that the Faneuil Branch will close temporarily beginning November 20, 2020 in preparation for a planned $14m renovation.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Public Library today announced that the renovation of the Roxbury Branch (formerly Dudley) is complete.
The Boston Public Library today announced the public launch of the McKim Master Planning project. This will be a programming study and potential design project to explore improvements to the Central Library's McKim Building in Copley Square.