Bethlehem's South Side library branch gets makeover
The public is getting its first look at a revamped library in Bethlehem.
The South Side Branch of the library on Webster Street reopened Wednesday after a three-month interior renovation project.
The library was built in 1929 and still had some of the original shelves and furniture before the makeover.
The renovation project included technology upgrades, new reading nooks and some new features for children.
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