Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Election November 2014, including how to vote, who is running for office, early/absentee voting, information for military families and more. Learn more...
Thursday, September 4, 2014
this LibGuide offering relocation resources. Fayetteville 411 offers area maps; tips on moving safely from the U.S. Department of Transportation; crime statistics and safety tips from the Fayetteville, Hope Mills and Spring Lake Police Departments as well as the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office; ground and air transportation information; housing search resources; local providers of utilities, trash/landfill services, television and Internet; and local media outlets.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
West Regional Branch Library, 7469 Century Circle, is now served by a new bus route on the Fayetteville Area System of Transit (FAST). Route #10 provides service between Century Circle in West Fayetteville along Strickland Bridge Road and Raeford Road to Ireland Drive and connects with the existing Route #7.
Many of the other branches of the Cumberland County Library & Information Center are also served by bus routes. Route #9 serves North Regional Branch Library, 855 McArthur Road; Route #15 serves Bordeaux Branch Library, 3711 Village Drive; Routes #4, #12 and #14 serve Headquarters Library, 300 Maiden Lane; and Routes #17 and #18 serve Cliffdale Regional Branch Library, 6882 Cliffdale Road.
For maps, schedules and more information about FAST, visit www.ridefast.net.
Thursday, July 10, 2014
Getting a driver’s license is a big responsibility and preparation is important to passing the written exam. The library is offering free North Carolina driver permit practice tests for automobiles and motorcycles licenses. The free tests are available at ccplic.driving-tests.org/north-carolina and do not require a library card number or any personal information.The site also provides convenient access to the North Carolina Driver Handbook and more. This resource is for anyone looking to brush up on his or her knowledge of North Carolina traffic laws and provides a helpful frequently asked questions section with answers that residents might need without having to visit the local Department of Motor Vehicles.