Ashland City Library
Librarian: Tina Nolen
Hours: 9 AM - 5 PM Mon thru Fri
Halloween Fun at Ashland Library
- Programs for Adults and Children
- Public Access Computers with High Speed Internet
- Income Tax Forms
- Inter-library Loan Services
- Reference Materials, Books on Tape, DVD's, Newspapers
- Meeting Room
Ancestry Library Edition
- In celebration of Alabama's bicentennial, Ancestry Library Edition (ALE) is now available for use at all Alabama public libraries. (Please note that Ancestry Library Edition is not available offsite due to licensing restrictions with ancestry.com.) This puts billions of genealogical resources at the fingertips of any Alabama resident with a library card. Stop by the Ashland City Library, Mon-Fri. 9-5 for more information.
Job Search / Unemployment Compensation /
Small Business Info
- JOB SEARCH Links:
- Unemployment Compensation in Alabama:
The state of Alabama now only accepts unemployment compensation claims online at https://dir.alabama.gov/uc/ICCS/ by telephone (toll-free 1-866-234-5382).
Unemployment Compensation in Alabama is handled by the Department of Industrial Relations. The department suggests that anyone needing to file a claim first read their Handbook for Alabama Unemployment Compensation Claimants (This is a 32-page PDF document, so it will take some time to download if you have a slow or dial-up connection to the Internet).
Go to http://dir.alabama.gov/docs/guides/uc_brr.pdf For a general overview of the claims process, the department's Claims and Benefits FAQ at (http://dir.alabama.gov) is fast-loading and useful.
- Career Resources from Tutor.com:
Career Center is part of Homework Alabama at http://aplsnew-web.apls.state.al.us/aplsnew/patrons/homework/index.html Just click through the Homework Alabama splash page, choose the Career Center button at the top of the page and the yellow Career Help button to access the live tutors and other job search resources.
- Small Business Resource:
Alabama Small Business Guide - This site provides information of particular use to individuals starting or operating a small business in Alabama, including licensing and tax requirements. Links are provided to sources for training and assistance as well as local government resources. Also useful is the loans and grants search tool. The site is maintained by Business.gov "The official business link to the U.S. Government."
- Homework Help with Homework Alabama:
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