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Study Links Sugary Drinks With Risk of Premature Death

Study followed 13,000 people

Local Students Named Brooks Scholars

Three students represent Triangle on N.C.-wide list

New Van Delivers North Carolina Symphony Programs to More Students

Vehicle funded by grant from the SECU Foundation

WCPSS to Receive $6.7 Million in Energy-Saving Upgrades

10 individual energy conservation measures covered in funding

Book Harvest Graduates 29 Book Babies

Program also marks kindergarten readiness

Kidzu Children’s Museum Wins Grant to Support Learning Programs

Ronald McDonald House Charities awarded them $12,000

Belarussian Children Celebrate Their Birthdays at Angus Barn

Raleigh-based Overflowing Hands behind event

Enter to Win School Supplies and Products

From Post-it products to earbuds, your student will love what's in this prize package.

Travel: Down Highway 64

Take this iconic highway to visit to Carl Sandburg’s home and the Esmeralda Inn.

It’s All About Balance in Parenthood

The latest "Father Figuring" column

Guide: The SAT Adversity Score

How might it affect your student’s college application?

Khan Academy for All

The latest "Tech Talk" column

Books for Back to School

Recommendations to help kids get excited

Thinking About After-School Activities

The latest "Understanding Kids" column

Fostering Motor Skills for School Readiness

The latest "Oh, Baby!" column

Ready, Set, Grow: Encouraging Adaptability at All Ages

A growth mindset encourages resilience, happiness and success

Escape the City at New River State Park

Camp, float, fish and explore along the banks of the New River

Dorm Room Must-Haves

Parents of current college students tell us what their kids couldn’t live without freshman year

August 2019: Exhibits Across the Triangle

From space to 'The Story of BBQ'

August 2019: Our Picks for Fun Family Outings

Moore Square Park Opening, Big Muddy Challenge, and more

Every Tray Counts Program Reduces School Lunch Wastes

Compostable trays replace polystyrene in many school districts

Letting Your Child Fail

Find out how making mistakes fosters self-confidence and resilience

Carolina Parent Announces the 2019 Readers' Favorites Award Winners

Here are our readers' favorite places to visit, dine, shop and explore.

Best Bests: Places to Cool off With a Milkshake

From traditional flavors to DIY combinations, explore these fun places for a sweet treat.

Cool Summer Fun Out of the Hot Sun

Here are 14 ways to chill during the Triangle's warmer months.

Spraygrounds and Splash Pads for Kids in the Triangle

Check out these refreshing attractions that invite play and more.

How to Improve Your Child's Critical-Thinking Skills

A five-step guide to problem-based learning.

Chill Time in the Triangle: 5 Ways to Cool Off During Summer's Peak Temps

Walk 'Into the Mist,' watch a planetarium show and enjoy a cold treat as summer temps peak.

Build a Bot and Enter the Robotics Challenge at Discovery Place

Pre-registration is required and teams and individuals are welcome to enter.

What Parents Should Do on a Date Night in Uptown

The first entry in our new series: Kid-Free in the QC
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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.