CLEARWATER — The Clearwater Public Library System now offers free online access to the New York Times via its website, myclearwaterlibrary.com. First-time users will need to create a New York Times online account through the library’s website. A redemption code will be generated for 24 hours of unlimited access. Library spokesperson Krystie Epperson said after the 24 hours, users will be able to generate a new code. For information, call (727) 562-4970, or visit myclearwaterlibrary.com.
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