Newpapers & Magazines
Access from the North Haven Memorial Library
This database holds the following papers:
North Haven Citizen - 2008 -2011
North Haven Post - 1970 - 2007
Post - 1984- 2000
Click Digital Archives of the North Haven Public Library to access this database. You do NOT need to log in on this site.
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Easy browsing and checkout:
Browse the collection by newest issue, keyword search, genre and language to find your favorites and to discover new reading interests.
Two ways to read:
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Access from North Haven Memorial Library and the State of Connecticut Library
**You must log in with your current library card number to access the State of Connecticut
databases, magazines and newspapers**
Want to search a topic in every newspaper listed below? You can at:
You will be brought to another screen which prompts you to log in. Once you enter your library card number, you will automatically be brought to the database.
Click the newspaper title to read the newspaper. You will be brought to another screen which prompts you to log in. Once you enter your library card number, you will automatically be brought to the database with newspaper access.
This database provides a full-text digital collection of the world's major news content. It includes millions of articles from newspapers, newswires and news magazines. In addition, it offers television and radio news transcripts and ongoing daily updates from popular news sources
Click the magazine title to read the magazine. You will be brought to another screen which prompts you to log in. Once you enter your library card number, you will automatically be brought to the database with magazine access.