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Aaron Bertram strode to the front of a classroom at Patti's Preschool in Huntington Beach on Friday morning and asked 10 students to sit in a circle, where they would indulge in musical activities for the next half hour. Right before they filled their...
When Paul Renfrow arrived as the new varsity baseball head coach at his alma mater, Marina High, in the fall of 1983, he was surprised to find that the school didn't have a baseball field. Worse yet, one did exist, but he couldn't find it. "It was...
Just as Tom and Claudia Towles were opening their second Baltimore toy shop four years ago, the recession hit. The owners of aMuse Toys decided to cut back — not on staff or selling space — but on the number of manufacturers whose products...
Lehigh Valley ParentingTen years ago, every teen didn’t have a cell phone and the iPhone with its continuous Internet access wasn’t even on the horizon. Kids connected via e-mail or instant messenger on desktop computers and Facebook hadn’t yet been created....
South Bend TribuneBrandy Parker will hug her young children a little tighter today. The young South Bend mother stood outside of Madison Primary Center Friday afternoon waiting for her second-grader as news of the horrors from a Connecticut elementary school poured out....
Parent advice From our panel of staff contributors The kids need a big dose of giving to others; perhaps no new gifts of toys/clothes/electronics until they donate some used ones to needy people. Sign them up to participate in a service project or...
When Andrea Bird was laid off from her retail job last year, the single mom could no longer afford after-school activities for her son and pulled him out of karate and soccer. While hunting for a job and trying to fight foreclosure on her home, she has...
Despite the many messages from all corners promoting a "more is better" philosophy when it comes to holiday gifts, the truth is far more complex -- especially for children. While most parents work hard to give their kids everything they need and much of...
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CNNKANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Inside the Kansas City home that Jovan Belcher fled, his baby daughter wailed, his mother was in hysterics and his girlfriend was quiet. Barely breathing. This is what the NFL linebacker left behind on Saturday in a rush of violence...
The Great Start Collaborative of Charlevoix, Emmet and northern Antrim counties invites parents to join its Parent Leadership Council. "The voice of parents is vital to building and sustaining our community's growth," said Jennifer Doumanian, parent...
FOX 17 News ReporterMason Pratt is a pretty typical six-year-old. He likes playing outside with his friends and he just got a guitar for his birthday in September. When asked what he likes most about kindergarten, he answers, "Eating lunch." Ah, the simple joys of...
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