Posted: August 24, 2023
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Did you know you can access The New York Times for free with your library card? Readers can dive into the renowned newspaper's online articles, breaking news, and in-depth features without paying a dime. Plus, the digital edition of The New York Times includes International, Chinese, Spanish and archival content dating from 1851.

With this digital resource, library members can access The New York Times from the comfort of their homes or on the go, with the convenience of a computer or mobile device. This not only saves subscribers the cost of a digital subscription but also ensures that everyone, regardless of their financial means, has access to quality journalism.

The New York Times offers a wide array of content, from the latest national and international news to expert analysis, feature stories, and even interactive data visualizations. Whether you're interested in politics, science, culture, or business, you'll find a treasure trove of information at your fingertips.

How It Works

To get started, visit our Digital Library, where you can access The New York Times from both inside and outside of the library. To login inside of the library, you can simply click the link and begin reading. For users accessing the paper outside of the library, you will need to click the black redeem button and then create a free New York Times account. Once logged in, readers can explore the full breadth of The New York Times' digital offerings.