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Love in disguise

Today's Family columnist, Stacy Turner, shares a humorous story of a recent experience with her teen daughter.

7 habits of highly effective parents of children with special needs

How, in the face of all of their challenges and more, do they keep it together? What habits do they embrace that allow them to be highly effective parents for their children?

Become a “Big Sister” –– become part of the family

BBBS has an in-depth matching process and orientation to make sure it’s the right fit. They also have match specialists who check in frequently to help with concerns and offer guidance.

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library fuels young readers

Inspired by her father, Dolly founded a program where children in her home county would have their own books. Today, the program is worldwide with millions of children receiving books monthly.

Winter bird feeding tips for a successful and healthy backyard feeding station

Once you start feeding them, don’t stop during the cold season. Although natural foods are available, birds expend a lot of extra energy looking for new food sources if your feeders go empty.

New Year's resolutions that can jeopardize your identity

Many attempts to become a better you can jeopardize your identity. Follow these tips to protect your information!

NextWork program offers students a new perspective on manufacturing

Program is designed to provide K-12 students exposure, training and quality job opportunities while fulfilling local manufacturing workforce needs.

Get the ultimate theater experience at Atlas Cinemas Diamond Center

As the largest, independently owned theater chain in northeast Ohio, Atlas Cinemas has always been on the forefront of technology to give their customers the best theater experience.

Choosing the perfect camp for each child in the family

Going to camp should be a choice for every child. But if your child is not enthusiastic, don't push camp on them without learning more.

Reading, writing and... resiliency?

As parents, we worry about how to best prepare our kids for success. And although books, sports, the arts, etc. are all important, teaching our children to be resilient may be as important.

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