Columbus Metropolitan Library CML Says Bag Policy Designed To Quash Notion Of People Camping In Branch Buildings By Associated Press • Nov 5, 2017 The Columbus Metropolitan Library has established new rules to "dispel the notion" that people are camping inside its buildings. Columbus Library Shooter Gets Eight-Plus Years In Prison By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Sep 18, 2017 Franklin County Sheriff's Office The man charged with shooting and wounding another man inside of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch in June has been sentenced to 8 and 1/2 years in prison. Bond Set For Alleged Columbus Library Shooter By Jim Letizia • Jun 13, 2017 wikipedia Bond is set at 350 thousand dollars for the suspect charged with shooting a man in the basement of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch on Sunday. Columbus Library's Main Branch To Reopen This Afternoon Following Sunday Shooting By Jim Letizia • Jun 12, 2017 wikipedia Columbus police have identified the man who was shot in the basement of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch on Sunday. Columbus Library Hosts Region's First Naturalization Ceremony By Jim Letizia • Apr 13, 2017 Dozens of central Ohio residents from around the world were sworn in yesterday in Columbus as U.S. citizens. Columbus Library Eliminating Fines For Overdue Materials By Jim Letizia • Dec 2, 2016 wordpress.com The Columbus Metropolitan Library is eliminating daily fines for overdue books and other materials on January 1. New Columbus Library Branch Planned For Hilliard By Jim Letizia • Aug 5, 2016 A new Columbus library branch will sit on the site of a failed senior housing development in Hilliard. Main Columbus Library Branch To Reopen This Weekend By Jim Letizia • Jun 24, 2016 columbuslibrary.org The Columbus Metropolitan Library's main branch will reopen this weekend after a year's worth of renovations. Columbus Officials Launch Program To Keep Kids Safe During Spring Break By Mike Foley • Mar 17, 2016 Mike Foley Spring break for many Columbus students begins next week. New Columbus Library Policy Encourages Reporting Of Suspected Child Abuse By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Oct 13, 2015 The Columbus Metropolitan Library board has unanimously approved a new policy aimed at child abuse. Columbus Library Helping Patrons Who Have Past-Due Items By Jim Letizia • May 9, 2014 commons.wikimedia.org The Columbus Metropolitan Library is launching an automatic renewal program for past-due items. Branch Library Planned For Marion-Franklin Area By Jim Letizia • Oct 3, 2013 Plans are in the works to bring a Columbus Metropolitan Library branch to Marion-Franklin. New Library Branch In Whitehall Planned By Jim Letizia • Sep 10, 2013 Ground will be broken today on a new library in Whitehall. Library Offering Students Free Help With Homework By Jim Letizia • Aug 22, 2013 Columbus Metropolitan Library officials are once again offering public school students help with their homework. Library Sells Deaf School By Jim Letizia • Mar 14, 2013 Columbus Metropolitan Library trustees have voted to sell the old Ohio School for the Deaf on Town Street to a local Catholic school. City Council Roundup By Jim Letizia • Jan 29, 2013 Columbus City Council last night approved a tax break for a local company, and legislation removing the residential use restrictions on the old Ohio School For The Deaf on East Town Street. New Driving Park Library Planned By Jim Letizia • Dec 14, 2012 Plans are in the works for a new Columbus library branch. Columbus Library To End Daily Fines By Jim Letizia • Aug 31, 2012 The Columbus Metropolitan Library board has voted to eliminate daily fines for overdue books.