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
The largest automotive event on the East Coast takes place at Virginia International Raceway in Danville, just an hour-and-a-half northwest of the Triangle.
Durham officials responded to a downtown gas leak explosion and building collapse on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 — the same day as their sesquicentennial
Parents come into the program thinking they’re providing a sport for their kids to then find much more.
Regional music festivals offer fun for the whole family.
Celebrate Día (Diversity in Action) with books about science recommended by a Children's Librarian at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
The red wolf is now one of our planet's most endangered species and continues to be at risk
Keep the kids entertained this summer with free or low-cost live outdoor concerts throughout the Triangle area.
The Triangle offers a large selection of locally grown fresh foods in its farmers markets. Find the closest one to your home.
Thanks for voting! We'll publish your favorite places to visit, dine, shop and explore Aug. 1.
A British explorer discovers Bigfoot and takes him on a quest around the world to reunite with his Yeti relatives.
Here are some fun things to do with the kids around the Triangle while they're on spring break.
This annual event celebrates music, dance, art and education over four days on multiple stages in Pittsboro.
Four days and three huge bounce houses. Are you ready?
Thinking of volunteering? See these places where Triangle families and teens can get involved year-round or seasonally.
Riverbanks Zoo and Garden in Columbia, South Carolina is an easy day trip for Charlotte families.
Two music therapists explore the connection between music therapy and mental health.
Selections from Discovery Place, Mint Museum, and other venues across the city
A refreshed, pretend pet care exhibit helps children learn how to develop healthy money management habits through play.
Check out these pick-your-own farms that offer sweet strawberries and farm fun for the kids.
Five spots with special offerings for Easter dining.
When does the risk of trampoline play outweigh the reward of fun outdoor exercise?
Find a farm close to home where you can pick your own strawberries.
Head to Triangle-area museums to learn about the history of barbecue, see images of the people who impacted the Durham community from 1869 to the present, and view stickwork sculptures constructed entirely of tree saplings.
Grab your big blankets and comfortable lawn chairs for a night under the stars.
Spring break is the perfect time to explore all Charlotte has to offer.
A physical therapist weighs in