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Whitinsville Social Library assistant Marcia Nichols sorted through older children’s books that could be sold to help raise money in Northbridge.

Cuts put towns' libraries at risk

With less revenue, many scaling back

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / May 27, 2007

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NORTHBRIDGE -- The Northbridge public library was built to last with marble floors, cast-iron book shelves, and thick, gray granite walls. And just in case anyone ever forgot, the founders made their intentions clear in 1914 on a bronze plaque outside. The library, they said, was to be "maintained forever." (Full article: 1425 words)

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