Learn about gross animals, find out how about winter fun throughout history, discover the properties of different kinds of rocks and explore local nature.
Durham residents get free Museum of Life and Science admission, the North Carolina Museum of Art hosts a search for animals and more.
Gigi's Playhouse provides free services to individuals with Down syndrome, and encourages partnerships with businesses, schools, faith organizations.
Make confetti bowls, explore West Point on the Eno, learn all about ducks and investigate seasons and nature in art.
President and CEO of Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas
This year's American Girl doll promotes mealtime togetherness as a healthy alternative to today’s digital distractions,
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Jan. 4-6: Help to Reach Your 2019 Goals With Free Fitness Classes, a Reading Challenge, Teens IRL and a Winter Bird Search
Take free demo fitness classes, start a reading challenge, socialize with like-minded teens in and search for winter birds.
Check estate planning off your 2019 to-do list.
How the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may impact your family's budget.
Check out our top online articles and social media posts from the last year.
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Honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and celebrate the Year of the Pig at the Chinese New Year Festival.
Consider adopting this New Year’s resolution.
Read advice for high school students thinking about a career in medicine.
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A Triangle father recalls poignant conversations with his late wife.
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AAP advises against spanking.
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Bringing history to life
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Event packs City Club in downtown Raleigh.
More than 65 boxes of food were delivered to the four organizations.
Omar McBride was the only U.S. high jumper representing the Americas.
Tests help provide flavorful, healthy breakfasts and lunches for students.
Will Chavis is principal at Enloe Magnet High School.
Hillside High School and City of Medicine Academy teens take the stage.