Yes. Log in to your library account and click on My Account and choose My Record from the pull down menu, then choose Contact Information and Preferences.
Check the box at the bottom to Maintain Reading List.
A window will pop-up with the following message explaining the impact of keeping a permanent reading list: 
        “The feature you have selected is associated with person data in you patron account. Such data may be accessed by law enforcement personnel without your consent. Do you wish to proceed?”
If you wish to proceed, click OK
Click Submit Change Request. 
Note: When you check out an item, it will not appear on the reading list until the next day. If you want to turn off Reading History, repeat the steps listed above, unchecking Maintain Reading List box. When you turn off Reading History, your existing list of read items will be permanently deleted. 

Active - When a hold request is placed, its status is automatically set to active.
Cancelled - The library canceled the hold at the patrons request, patron cancelled the hold requests, or the hold request was in the status of unclaimed, then the library removed it from their hold shelves.
Expired - If a hold request is not filled within the specified period of time, the request status automatically changes to expired. Currently set to 1 year of when the hold request was placed.
Held - The item is ready for the patron to pick up.
Inactive -An inactive hold request has an activation date in the future. The patron has changed the activation date to a future date.
Pending - When the library is searching for a copy of the title to fill a hold request the status is pending.
Shipped - A shipped hold request means that an item is being shipped from a branch other than the pickup branch.
Held - The item is ready for the patron to pick up.
Unclaimed - If the requesting patron does not pick up the held item within the specified period of time (currently 5 business days), the hold request status automatically changes from held to unclaimed.