North Carolina first lady Kristin Cooper, left, sits with parents and children in an activity room of the Chapel Hill Public Library after announcing grants to local libraries.
North Carolina first lady Kristin Cooper, left, sits with parents and children in an activity room of the Chapel Hill Public Library after announcing grants to local libraries. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun
North Carolina first lady Kristin Cooper, left, sits with parents and children in an activity room of the Chapel Hill Public Library after announcing grants to local libraries. Bernard Thomas The Herald-Sun

North Carolina libraries, including Chapel Hill Public Library, get millions to fund lifelong learning

June 08, 2017 01:07 PM

UPDATED June 08, 2017 05:21 PM

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