Values for new and used cars and trucks. Also includes classic cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATVs, boats, RVs, aircraft and manufactured housing.
NAICS classifies businesses by type of activity. It has replaced the U.S. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system.
The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH, formerly CAM), part of the National Institutes of Health, provides on its site "evidence-based information on treatments and conditions," and links to CAM research and clinical trials.
Given a valid U.S. postal address, this server attempts to rewrite the address in the proper format along with the ZIP+4 code. Location maps are also available.
Offers a Family Resource Connection database that lists books and websites on caregiving.
National Archives and Records Administration Genealogy Page
This website makes available a searchable database of the 1901 and 1911 census records of Ireland covering all thirty-two counties.
Includes information about the Hall of Fame, exhibits, baseball history and more.
Authoritative resource of "expert-reviewed" cancer information, searchable by type of cancer.
National Center for Education Statistics website provides statistical information on public and private schools, colleges and universities, and public libraries in the United States.
National Gallery of Art's searchable online collection of "paintings, sculpture, prints, and decorative art objects," ranging from the Middle Ages to present. Online tours of selected works available.
National Gallery of Art's web site explores American art by topic with accompanying essays and images.
Gardening content for consumers and educators
Information on anxiety disorders, autism, depression, eating disorders, schizophrenia and other mental illnesses.
Read online or order print copies of the free NIA publications on senior health topics.
The Office of Dietary Supplements site, from the National Institutes of Health, provides information on the use and safety of dietary supplements and nutrient recommendation reports and tables.
The Library of Congress web site which explains the service, provides an FAQ file, and links to lists of talking and braille books.
The National Map is a collaborative effort among the USGS and other Federal, State, and local partners to improve and deliver topographic information for the Nation.
Features database of more that 1,100 rare diseases.
The official National Park Service site offers detailed descriptions of the "nearly 400 natural, cultural and recreational sites across the nation."
Wide coverage of science topics for students from elementary through college levels.
National Sex Offender Registry Popular
No registration is required in order to use this site, which displays convicted sex offenders' homes on a local map. You can also use the site www.criminaljustice.state.ny.us to search for level 2 and 3 offender information.
Government site for local, national, and international weather. Lists all active weather warnings in effect in the U.S. Includes some historical data.
Portraits and profiles of American women recognized for their outstanding contributions.
Articles, Q&A, featured books, and locator to help you find a handyman in your own area.
Includes a wide variety of college sports information including rules, eligibility, news, and statistics.
Information on patient assistance programs providing no-cost prescription medications.
Recommendations for families that would like to explore the Web together.
Created by several universities, NetWellness offers articles on health topics, web links, Ask an Expert, and information on clinical trials.
Articles with lower level vocabulary plus news stories and web sites. Includes literary selections, timelines, projects and experiments for grades 3 and up. A NOVEL Database.
Resource for elementary and middle school students. Science articles, science news, hands-on projects, biographies of famous scientists, maps, and technical illustrations. A NOVEL database.
Includes access to Attorney Grievance Procedures, Legal Ease Pamphlet Series, and Legal Information by County.
A collection of Federal and State census records by county from 1800 to 1900.
Use this site to enroll online or to download enrollment forms for savings on college and taxes.
CSEA Test Preparation booklets available free to CSEA members with account creation. State, local and school district job postings
The official health benefit exchange for New York State, under the federal Affordable Care Act.
NewYorkHeritage.org is a research portal for students, educators, historians, genealogists, and others who are interested in learning more about the people, places and institutions of historical New York State.
Online daily newspaper featuring articles about New York State's legal community.
Promotes libraries and information services in New York State.
View photos of Franklin cars, the Onondaga County Library postcard collection or take a video clip tour of the Erie Canal and lots more. Has a directory of state historical collections.
Consumer Protection Board provides free online publications on consumer issues and links to recalls, Consumer Complaint Form, and the Consumer Law Help Manual.
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation provides links to information about specific campgrounds in the Adirondack and Catskill Parks. Reservation information included.
Exam announcements for state and local government positions.
Includes information about environmental regulations, outdoor activities, permits and licenses, educational programs and more.
Includes vital records, health information for consumers, healthcare providers, and researchers
Includes Insurance Company Search. Also has information on health care reform and disaster assistance. Click "Consumer" tab for complaint forms.
Database includes businesses, not-for-profit corporations,and partnerships filed with the NYS Department of State.
NYSERDA, "a public benefit corporation," provides programs offering homeowners/renters incentives and low-cost loans for reducing energy costs.
Starting January 2015, if your income is below $60,000, you can visit one of the New York FSA sites to e-file your federal and state returns for free. Staff will be on hand to answer questions and help guide you through the filing process as needed.
Access to services provided by New York State Government agencies, the State Legislature and the Judiciary, as well as links to county and city/town/village government.
Includes over 3 million pages from historic New York newspapers. This site is created by the Northern New York Library Network on behalf of the NY 3Rs Association, Inc.
Information about state business, employment, education, healthcare, and government agencies.
From the New York State Department of Health, this site provides information about quality of care available at hospitals in New York State.
The New York Slip Opinion Service provides access to recently released State court decisions.
The New York State Library website provides links to job and career resources in New York's public libraries.
Contains the records of New York State Library (including Manuscripts and Special Collections) and New York State Archives.
Full-text access to newspaper articles from all over New York State, including Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, New York City, Syracuse and others.
Web site provides information about and links to statewide caregiver programs, caregiver guides in PDF, and research and reports from national organizations.
Consumer tips on autos, charities, computers/Internet, credit, health, identity theft, investing, and housing.
Green Lakes, Clark Reservation, Verona Beach are some local State Parks.
Searchable database of parks , historic sites, golf courses, campsite accommodations, and events in the New York State park system.
This web site provides "profiles for licensed doctors of medicine and doctors of osteopathy who are registered to practice medicine in New York State." Searchable by doctor's name, field of medicine, hospital affiliation, and location.
Provides licensure and certification requirements for specific professions as well as online application forms.
Official website of New York State legislation contains searchable databases of current legislative year, New York State bills and laws.
Includes New York State legislative bills and laws for the year.
Lends braille and recorded books plus necessary equipment to residents unable to read printed material due to disability. Describes services and offers applications for both adults and children.
Official gateway to New York State court system.
Free registration needed to read some articles. Archive contains 700,000 articles dating back to Jan. 1, 1996. Articles from the last 7 days are free, as are all reviews.
The complete backfile of The New York Times from 1851-present can be searched.
Features current reviews as well as a database of New York Times film reviews from 1983-present.
Features theater news, reviews & show times for Broadway, Off Broadway & London shows. Buy theater tickets online and receive special discount ticket offers
Full-text for over 1940 newspapers across the United States, some going back to 1984. Newpapers include: The Post Standard 12/1986-, the Syracuse Herald American 12/1986- 10/2001, Syracuse Herald Journal 12/1986-9/2001; the [Utica] Observer Dispatch; and The [Albany] Times Union. Expect to find articles on news, politics, business, heatlh, sports, cultural activies and obituaries. Remote use: Liverpool Cardholders Only. If you have a card from another OCPL library see www.onlib.org.
Searchable archive of 1000's of articles from U.S. and countries including Canada, Ireland, and England; 1607 to present. Full text and image of pages. Provided by Onondaga County Public Libraries. [If you have trouble accessing, please go to http://www.onlib.org/web/databases/news.htm ] Note: years and issues of newspapers may not be complete.
Searchable archive of Syracuse Post Standard, 1875 to 2 months ago. Full text and image of pages. Provided by Onondaga County Public Libraries. [If you have trouble accessing, please go to http://www.onlib.org/web/databases/news.htm ] Note: years and issues of newspapers may not be complete.
From the National Institutes of Health, this site features reliable "health and wellness information for older adults," videos, and links to other health resources.
Visit this site on Christmas Eve for a fun way to track Santa&'s location and his proximity to your house!
Noteflight, an online music writing application, allows you to create, view, print, and listen to music notation.
Find readalike authors, titles and series for fiction, biographies and narrative nonfiction. Listen to a sample of the narrator and find audiobook listen-alikes. You may also set up a personal My NoveList account to save search results, searches, and search alerts in a personal folder for future access. Remote use: Liverpool Cardholders Only.
NovoEd provides online courses from thought leaders and distinguished professors from top universities. Students not only have access to lectures, but they are also able to form teams with people around the world and work on class projects. Many of the courses are free.
Covers all aspects of the nursing profession from direct patient care to health care administration; useful to both professionals working in the field as well as to nursing students..
From the U.S. Department of Agriculture, this site contains food and nutrition information from federal government resources.
This site, sponsored by the Empire State Development Agency, provides information on and links to programs and services available to small business in New York State.
Travelers resources, including winter advisories. Call 1-800-Thruway (1-800-847-8929) for road conditions.
New York Public Library's collection of digital images including illuminated manuscripts, rare books and photos, and historical maps.
Visit this site to view videos of adoptable kids in NYS, search the Adoption Album photolistings, get information on the adoption process, and find accredited adoption agencies.
If you earned $60,000 or less in 2014, you're eligible to prepare and e-file both your federal and state returns at no cost. Use the approved e-file software providers in this link to get started. Once you're on the company's Web site, review the information to ensure it meets your needs.