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North Carolina Symphony’s ‘Friends of Note’ Luncheon Raises $93,000 for Music Education

Program supports nearly 70,000 students

WCPSS Names 2019-20 Teacher of the Year

She hails from Apex Friendship Middle School

Triangle Rising Stars Announces 2019 Winners

Event hosted 38 high school shows

City Barbeque Serves Food-Insecure Families in Durham

Eatery heads to shelter Families Moving Forward

Local Teens Launch Technology Business to Aid Senior Citizens

My Smart Grandkids services are available around the Triangle

Winterpast Farm Petting Zoo in Wake Forest in Danger of Closing

Popular petting zoo in Wake Forest is losing a major investor.

How to Keep Your Child's Brain Active Over Summer Break

Executive functioning skills to practice over summer.

TRAVEL: A Trip to Hilton Head Island

Low country, low-key fun

How to Apply for ACT and SAT Accommodations

Getting approved for accommodations and more

Tech Talk: Guilty of ‘Over-Sharenting’?

Why less is more when posting about kids on social media

Can't Stop the Madness: A Dad Tries to Stop Overreacting

The latest 'Father Figuring' column

Helping Children Prepare for the Arrival of a New Sibling

The latest 'Understanding Kids' column

Books for Welcoming a New Baby

Options for both first-time parents and growing families

Guide: Swim School Basics

The lifetime benefits of swimming lessons

How to Start Tummy Time With Your Newborn

Advice from the experts

Vote Yes to a Washington, D.C., Vacation

Where to stay, what to see, and other tips

SHOPPING: Beach Bag Swag

Pack these summer goods for a splashing good time by the water’s edge

Where to Play Board Games, Magic: The Gathering and More

Everyone is a winner with a round of family game time.

July 2019: Our Picks for Fun Family Outings

Check out Destination SunFest, One Giant Leap Festival, 'Annie,' and more.

A Guide to Glamping in North Carolina

Take camping up a notch this summer

New Car Tech, Safety Features Put Parents in Control

Plus: Recommendations for new parents

Inside the Triangle Nonprofit Covered In Love

Group brings comfort to families experiencing miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss

Experiencing Early Pregnancy Loss

What you can do next, what you didn’t do wrong and how to cope with the loss

A Look at the Cost of Child Care in NC

Find out how legislators and organizations are trying to help.

25 Fun Summer Things to Do With Kids for Free (or Less Than $5)

Explore these ideas for free or inexpensive outings with your kids in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.

Enter to Win a Collection of Books for Summer Reading

Summer is the perfect time to enjoy a good book.

Kane Realty and North Carolina Football Club Propose New Downtown Sports and Entertainment Stadium

Developers expect that the $2 Billion Downtown Raleigh Entertainment District Development, to be named Downtown South, will become an anchor for additional development and growth.

Financial Scholarships Expand Education Options for Kids With Special Needs

Financial opportunities grow for children with special needs to attend private schools that may better meet their individual education needs.

Get to Know: Matt Olin

He is the co-founder of Charlotte Is Creative

NC Pre-K Accepting Applications for 2019-20 School Year

Start here to put your child on the path to graduating high school with the Class of 2033.
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