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Developers expect that the $2 Billion Downtown Raleigh Entertainment District Development, to be named Downtown South, will become an anchor for additional development and growth.
Financial opportunities grow for children with special needs to attend private schools that may better meet their individual education needs.
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Take camping up a notch on your next big outdoor vacation
A can't-miss exhibit for children who love to draw, dream and imagine a world outside their own.
Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Little Bo Peep and a new toy friend named Forky embark on a road trip adventure.
Splash the day away at the indoor waterpark without booking an overnight stay.
Separating fact from fiction in the midst of the largest U.S. outbreak in 25 years.
Inspirational words are sprouting across downtown Raleigh as part of Floraffiti, a public art and beautification project.
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Here's how to get a free Planet Fitness gym membership for your teens this summer
Banish summer boredom without draining your bank account with these hot-weather activities.
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For cool, frugal fun when temperatures soar outside or on a rainy summer day, you can't beat bowling.
Score big savings and free food for Dad this weekend.
During the summer, Marbles is open late every Thursday and Friday, with special savings after 3 p.m.
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Less structure opens opportunities to grow independent living skills
A three-headed monster dragon named Ghidorah tries to overthrow Godzilla as the king of the titans.
“Kick-off to Kindergarten” 5-8 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at Marbles Kids Museum aims to prepare rising year-round calendar kindergartners for life at school.
These local food trucks have treats to please every member of the family.
In the special needs community, we hear that our child’s story isn’t ours to tell, but I’m starting to think that perhaps time has taught us otherwise.
But this year, the process is little different.