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Children's Story Time (Online via Zoom)

Tue, January 26, 5:30 PM

Olean Public Library, Olean

Children's Story Time (Online via Zoom)

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Add to My Calendar 01/26/2021 5:30pm 01/26/2021 6:30pm America/New_York Children's Story Time (Online via Zoom)

Story times require registration by phone or email.

Olean, NY 14760
What's the Hoopla? Socially Distant Story Time

Thu, January 28, 11:00 AM

Olean Public Library Gallery, Olean

What's the Hoopla? Socially Distant Story Time

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Add to My Calendar 01/28/2021 11:00am 01/28/2021 12:00pm America/New_York What's the Hoopla? Socially Distant Story Time

Families get their own hula hoops bubbles, supply bins and sanitizers, so they can stay apart and stay safe while they enjoy stories, songs and movement.

Registration is required.

134 N. Second St. Olean, NY 14760
After-School Beach Blanket Story Time

Thu, January 28, 3:30 PM

Olean Public Library, Olean

After-School Beach Blanket Story Time

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Add to My Calendar 01/28/2021 3:30pm 01/28/2021 4:30pm America/New_York After-School Beach Blanket Story Time

School-age children should bring their own blankets or beach towels for these weekly socially distant story times that feature stories, crafts, songs and other fun activities.

Each child (or family) will receive their own box of supplies to use every week. Participants must wear masks.

Reservations are required.

134 N. Second St. Olean, NY 14760

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Mother Teresa, SBU and Cake: TAP Alum Recalls Tommy Lasorda

If the phrase “legends never die” held any truth, Tommy Lasorda would have been well past immortal.

Reality is, though, that legends do die, and the world of baseball lost Lasorda, the longtime Dodgers manager and all-around Los Angeles icon, at the age of 93 on Thursday.

Tommy was a legend in every sense of the word. He racked up a record of 1,599-1,439 as a manager, won World ...

Even in a Pandemic, Investigative Journalism Continues

It would have been difficult enough to do the project in the field.

Investigative journalism, as it turns out, is even harder to do while staring through a computer screen. Being surrounded by talented journalists in the Arizona desert, however, lightened that burden.

When I applied for the Carnegie-Knight News21 fellowship program in November of 2019, I knew the challenge that presented ...

That Itch You Can’t Scratch

You know how when somebody tells you not to touch your face while you are going outside with your face mask? That is when you suddenly become conscious of an itch. Don’t you just hate that? With the coronavirus still raging on and giving us a reason to wear a face mask and keep six feet apart from strangers, it is starting to become annoying.

Therefore, it is a really scary time. If ...

2 million more Economic Impact Payments disbursed under the American Rescue Plan; total reaches approximately 161 million as payments continue

April 22, 2021

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service announced they are disbursing nearly 2 million payments in the sixth batch of Economic Impact Payments from the American Rescue Plan.

The announcement brings the total disbursed so far to approximately 161 million payments, with a total value of more than $379 billion, ...

American Rescue Plan tax credits available to small employers to provide paid leave to employees receiving COVID-19 vaccines; new fact sheet outlines details

WASHINGTON − The Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department announced  further details of tax credits available under the American Rescue Plan to help small businesses, including providing paid leave for employees receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.

The additional details, provided in a fact sheet released today, spell out some basic facts about the employers eligible for the ...

Steer clear of typical tax return errors; May 17 deadline nears Some mistakes on tax returns can slow refunds

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers to check their tax returns for common errors that could delay refunds or otherwise affect normal processing. Here are some ways to avoid tax return slipups as the May 17 due date gets closer.

Use electronic filing. Filing electronically, whether through IRS Free File or other e-file service providers, is a great way to cut the ...