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Young Athletes Compete in Special Olympics Mecklenburg County Spring Games

More than 1,300 athletes compete in the annual Special Olympics Mecklenburg County Spring Games.

Finding Balance, Fairness for Siblings of Kids with Special Needs

Our latest "Thrive" column

The ABCs of Active Reading

Settle a squirmy bookworm with active reading

Bringing Home Baby: Let a Postpartum Care Specialist Help

Plus: Caregiver interview questions

Surviving Baby’s First Year: A Guide

Navigating the early choices with confidence

Bike Benefits Bingo Kicks Off in Charlotte

Use pedal power to collect awesome prizes around Charlotte

A Scary Strike in Throwing Sports

Why young athletes are at a higher risk of injury.

STYLE: Fun and Functional for Kids

It’s particularly exciting to highlight two made‑in‑North Carolina brands this month, along with one very familiar big brand

Party Health and Safety for This Summer

Advice from Allstate

Area High School Students Compete in Statewide Poetry Recitation Contest

Poetry Out Loud is an annual event

Leigh Kokenes Named National School Psychologist of the Year

She heads psychological services for two Raleigh schools

4 Educators Named First-Year Teachers of the Year in WCPSS

Teachers from Reedy Creek, Ligon Magnet, Rolesville and Salem schools recognized

Empty Bowls Raises $129,000 to Fight Homelessness in Durham

15 local restaurants participate in event

Carolina Hurricanes Foundation Donates $450,000 in Grants

Recipients include Durham Arts Council, Flashes of Hope, Museum of Life and Science and Youth Thrive

Girl Scout Offers Sweet Treat to Raleigh’s Homeless Community

Learn about a local 6-year-old's act of kindness

A Trip to Ocracoke Island

Explore North Carolina’s most remote inhabited island

What Should Parents Do About Lying?

Solutions the Lucy Daniels Center

Why Students Should Consider Majoring in Artificial Intelligence

And find out where they can do so

The Social Media App Your High Schooler Should Be Using

An unexpected—and familiar app for adults

The Manner-less Father

The latest 'Father Figuring' column

Will Baby Walkers, Exersaucers and Jumpers Help My Baby Learn to Walk?

Advice from the experts

Enter to Win a Triangle Rock Club Birthday Party

Up for grabs: A party for up to 8 guests at the Raleigh or Morrisville location.

The Cost of Lying

When a child or teen lies habitually, there may be more going on than you realize.

Festivals Across the Triangle: May 2019

See what's happening throughout the month

May 2019: Our Picks for Fun Family Outings

Touch-A-Truck, 'One Giant Leap,' and more

How to Help Kids Become Self-Care Savvy

Helping children with activities of daily life

How to Throw Parties That Give Back

Show children it can be more fun to give than to get

Raleigh Women Tackle the Confidence Gap by Reinventing Charm School

Learn about the Beam School program

The Truth About Lying

Part one of a series on understanding why kids don't always tell the truth

Area Soccer Clubs Combine Into Charlotte Independence Soccer Club

Group is now one of largest in the U.S. of its kind
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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.