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Enter to Win a Grow Fragrance Spring Pack

Durham husband-and-wife team take a natural approach to home fragrance while also participating in the Durham Living Wage Project.

Easter Egg Hunts and Events

The Easter Bunny is hopping around to these local Easter egg hunts around town.

The College Admissions Scandal from the Perspective of an Admissions Consulting Firm

Naturally, the public is wondering: Is this what independent college counselors do?

All You Need to Know About Appendicitis

When is it belly pain? When is it appendicitis? When is it something worse?

North Carolina Zoo Becomes Certified Sensory Inclusive

New training with KultureCity creates more inclusive environment for people with sensory sensitivities

3 Things to Know: N.C.’s First 4DX Theater at Charlotte’s Regal Stonecrest

This is a bit different than your standard theater experience

6 Pi Day Pizza Specials in Charlotte

Plus: one pie

Take Charlotte Mecklenburg Library on the Road

Download books, comics, music, movies and TV shows from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library for your next family vacation.

Finding Balance with a Typically Developing Sibling

The road is not always easy but, special-needs siblings learn from their typically developing siblings everyday. It's important for the entire family to learn and grow together.

Dorothea Dix Park Daffodil Field Pops Up to Welcome Spring

A trail of flowers winds through the field with Raleigh's skyline providing a backdrop.

North Carolina Museum of Art Turns 17 Triangle Trash Cans Into Flower Bouquets

Bouquets celebrate NCMA's flower festival "Art in Bloom" through temporary public art installations in Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh.

Newly Expanded White Oak Greenway in Cary Connects to American Tobacco Trail

Join the Town of Cary, Town of Apex, and representatives from Wake County to celebrate the opening of the White Oak Creek Greenway connection.

Put It in Park: Lessons From a Parent and Teacher Who Retired Her Helicopter

Children with hovering parents and role models can have a difficult time with some important life skills.

Carolina Parent Wins 10 Parenting Media Association Awards During 2019 Recognition Ceremony

Triangle parenting media company takes home five golds, one silver and four bronzes, which include three General Excellence awards.

Free Technology and Summer Camps Available for Blind or Low-vision Children in NC

IFB’s SEE (Student Enrichment Experience) Summer Camp, after-school experiences and Focus on Literacy program are designed specifically for children who are blind or low-vision

5 Places to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Charlotte With Kids

Find your pot of gold at these festive events.

Celebrate Read Across America Day

On March 2 we celebrate Read Across America Day, a national celebration of books, literacy and reading that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on the birthday of the legendary children's author, Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss’s books continue to teach, amuse, and inspire young readers with their fanciful rhymes and illustrations.

Study Strategies for the Visual Learner

Effective study tools to help the visual learner.

Teddy Bear Breakfast Celebrates the Young Child

Dance, sing, play and eat to support Smart Start of Mecklenburg County.

Lessons From Movie Night

The latest "Daddy Derek" column

Time to Ditch the Smartphone Contract

Building strong digital citizens does not begin with a smartphone contract

Navigating Travel With Special Needs

What to know before you go and upon arrival

Spring 2019 Style Guide

As the season breezes into the Triangle this month, try out these simple yet vibrant styles.

Best and Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

A look at results from a recent Wallethub study

Be Prepared for Spring and Summer Travel

Tips from nonprofit Nemours

Take Your Medical Histories Along When Traveling

Here's what your child's should include

Area Students Become Citizen Scientists

Students help in collegiate camera-trap study

WCPSS Has Highest Number of National Board Certified Teachers in U.S.

105 received certification

Cary Teen’s Passion Project Benefits Low-Income Students

Young People in the Arts Foundation provides art supplies

Holiday Book Drive for Children Nets More Than 2,800 Books

Durham’s Partnership for Children teams with Barnes & Noble
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Annual Guides

Education Guide

The all-new 2015-2016 Education Guide is packed with everything parents need to know to navigate more than 500 education options and resources in the Triad, including area preschools, private schools, public school systems, charter schools, boarding schools and academic resources.

GPS [Go. Play. See]

It's your complete family guide to Triad living. Parents are busy and on the go. Use this guide to help you explore all this great area offers for families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.

Exceptional Child

For parents of kids with special needs, finding help and support can be challenging. We've compiled valuable resources for Triad parents in our latest annual publication, Exceptional Child, which is also available as a digital guide.