From the March 17 Daily Herald.
The Indian Trails Public Library in Wheeling now has 24-hour Wi-Fi Internet access.
"We recognize that there are people who work during the hours we are normally open and it's the library's goal to provide resources to everyone in our community," said Library Director Thomas Simiele. Patrons just need to bring their laptops, park in the Wi-Fi zone - marked with signs and green paint - and log in to the library's Internet system.
The library will have surveillance cameras pointed at the designated parking spots and additional lighting in the lot.