You may have received a notice that your hold(s) are ready for pick-up. While our library locations are closed, holds remain suspended and are not available for pickup. Please disregard the message you received. Your hold should be there when our libraries are able to offer a pick-up service.
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We thank you for your patience and understanding as we closely monitor COVID-19 developments and work to mitigate issues related to the temporary closure of our library system.
Friday, April 17 - Book drops at all five Beaufort County branch libraries are now open. Residents are welcome to return their borrowed materials at any time. Please note that a cardholder’s account will not reflect the returned items for approximately two weeks from the date of the return.
Residents may keep their borrowed materials if they choose. Due dates continue to be extended on all items and fines will not accrue while the libraries are closed.
With NewsGuard’s browser extension installed, users have access to ratings and reviews of website reliability, integrated directly in their social media feeds and search engine results.
Access to accurate information is important now, more than ever. With news about the coronavirus pandemic emerging every minute, the deluge of information has been accompanied by a flood of misinformation. It is vital for members of our community to be equipped with the skills and tools to access reliable information.
Earlier this year, we partnered with NewsGuard, a tool that helps people assess the reliability of the news they see on social media and in search results.