More than 1,300 athletes compete in the annual Special Olympics Mecklenburg County Spring Games.
Our latest "Thrive" column
Settle a squirmy bookworm with active reading
Plus: Caregiver interview questions
Navigating the early choices with confidence
Use pedal power to collect awesome prizes around Charlotte
Why young athletes are at a higher risk of injury.
It’s particularly exciting to highlight two made‑in‑North Carolina brands this month, along with one very familiar big brand
Advice from Allstate
Poetry Out Loud is an annual event
She heads psychological services for two Raleigh schools
Teachers from Reedy Creek, Ligon Magnet, Rolesville and Salem schools recognized
15 local restaurants participate in event
Recipients include Durham Arts Council, Flashes of Hope, Museum of Life and Science and Youth Thrive
Learn about a local 6-year-old's act of kindness
Explore North Carolina’s most remote inhabited island
Solutions the Lucy Daniels Center
And find out where they can do so
An unexpected—and familiar app for adults
The latest 'Father Figuring' column
Advice from the experts
Up for grabs: A party for up to 8 guests at the Raleigh or Morrisville location.
When a child or teen lies habitually, there may be more going on than you realize.
See what's happening throughout the month
Touch-A-Truck, 'One Giant Leap,' and more
Helping children with activities of daily life
Show children it can be more fun to give than to get
Learn about the Beam School program
Part one of a series on understanding why kids don't always tell the truth
Group is now one of largest in the U.S. of its kind