1. Support grows to simplify government's college-aid form

    ATLANTA - For many students, the road to college begins before they ever set foot on a campus, with filling out a form - a long one. Click to Continue »

  2. 'Come As You Are' just might save your sex life

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  3. One mom's empathy for PARCC test critics

    I'm probably opposed to the PARCC test, but I'm too busy filling out my kids' home reading logs to give it a proper assessment. Click to Continue »

  4. Living with Children: Has child-centered parenting backfired?

    In the 1960s, child and teen mental health and behavior problems began an alarming rise that has continued to the present. In 1970, one of my grad school professors proposed… Click to...

  5. Ex-etiquette: Rethink dating a guy who doesn't yet have an 'ex'

    Q. I'm thirty-nine-years old, divorced with a seven-year-old daughter, and I have to say, at my age it's difficult to find someone interesting who doesn't have a lot of history. ...

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  1. National Honor Society officers meet Tillis, tour Washington

    East Wake High School of Arts, Education and Global Studies math teacher and NHS adviser Lisa Sanderson has chaperoned a group of student leaders on a trip to the National… Click to ...

  2. 2 Wake County Girl Scouts attain Gold Award


  3. Chapel Hill DAR recognizes 5 Orange County students for good citizenship

    Chapel Hill Daughters of the American Revolution recognized five young adults from local high schools who have shown outstanding academic standards and leadership qualities that exemplify good...

  4. Two Boy Scouts attain Eagle Rank

    Quintin Meagher of Cary and Andrew Huynh of Raleigh attain Eagle Rank. Click to Continue »

  5. East Cary Middle chronicles on-campus wildlife as part of international project

    East Cary Middle is one of four Wake County schools to photograph the on-campus wildlife as part of the eMammal Project, an international scientific study funded by the U.S. State… Click...

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