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Magazines and Newspapers

 

The Dearborn Public Library has a variety of magazines and newspapers available for use at each library branch. Most back issues of magazines are also available for checkout. Digital magazines are also available to borrow through Overdrive or the Libby app. For a list of titles and where to locate them, click here.  

Many newspaper, magazine, and journal articles can also be found online through the library’s databases. The Detroit Free Press and New York Times have databases that can be accessed for free with a Dearborn Library Card. Articles from other publications may be available through databases provided by Michigan eLibrary. To see if a specific publication is available through the Michigan eLibrary visit mel.org and click the “eJournals” link at the top.

To learn more about the library’s online resources for articles, click here.

Current Periodical List


Access current issues of popular newspapers from around the world, including the Detroit News, using PressReader. Sign in to the PressReader website or app using your Dearborn library card number and PIN.


Did you know that there is a large selection of local newspaper content available on our online catalog?  Just click here to get started, once you find the material you are interested in, just select the URL from the item’s description and you will see it displayed right in your browser window. 

Local Newspaper material available online includes:

  1. Times-Herald
  2. Dearborn Independent
  3. Sunday Times
  4. Springwells Tribune
  5. Springwells Independent
  6. Springwells Star – Fordson Star
  7. The Dearborn Herald
  8. Dearborn Historical Baseball Clippings

Libby

   iOS | Android  |  Microsoft

    Libby is an alternate way to enjoy OverDrive ebooks and emagazines.  It is a free service that lets you borrow eBooks, emagazines, audiobooks, and more from the Dearborn Library’s digital collections.

Already have the app?  Click here to browse the  collection.