Neighborhood Volunteers

The 2024 Neighborhood Volunteers application is now closed. Neighborhood Volunteers is a volunteer opportunity for community members who want to support Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh by getting involved in their … Continued


Tax Assistance Resources

Wondering where to pick up your tax forms this year, or how to get assistance preparing and filing your taxes? This short guide will give you the information you need to prepare and file your taxes this season.


November 7th is the PA General Election!

While this might not be a “big” election year, it’s important to have your voice reflected in all levels of government, including local offices. The best way to do that is simply to vote! The following guide provides details on the voting process (both in-person and by mail), along with links to candidate forums and ballot questions for more context. 


Voting By Mail-In Ballot: What to Expect

Voting by mail is now an option in Pennsylvania. It’s an easy, convenient and secure way to cast your ballot. Apply online, and you’ll receive a ballot in the mail. Mark your ballot and return it by the specified deadline. It’s that simple! 


What to Read While You Eat Copious Quantities of Food This Fall

Leaves change colors. Days get shorter. Children fill pillowcases with candy while you season and re-season large dishes for your extended family. Browse some of these books for the minutes in between meat thermometer checks and during the hours saved by reheating leftovers.





Judy Fingeret Krug, Founder of Banned Books Week

Born and raised in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill neighborhood, Judith “Judy” Fingeret Krug devoted her career as a librarian and advocate to the defense of intellectual freedom and the freedom to read without censorship. Judy graduated from the … Continued