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LCBDD program helps adults with autism to reach their potential

This past year, the program's first 13 adults have become more involved in their communities, learned new skills and overcame obstacles with the support of family, friends and LCBDD staff.

Is your child ready to stay home alone?

Children must have the skills and maturity to handle being on their own safely. There is no magical age, but kids who are ready show the following signs...

Holiday family feud? Not this year!

Some of the happiest times in our lives – like weddings and birthdays – are shared with extended family members. But during the holiday season, the closest families can experience friction.

Don't trash talk your ex

Saying mean things to your children about their other parent– even true things – is hurtful. And, it just might backfire, according to mental health and legal experts.

Ways to make this Thanksgiving meaningful

Make this Thanksgiving meaningful by starting some family traditions that help everyone in the family stop and count their blessings.

Great Lakes Science Center's new Design Zone exhibit now open

Throughout three highly interactive themed areas focusing on art, music and action, Design Zone reveals how game developers, music producers, coaster designers and others do what they do.

It’s never too late to get into financial shape

Cardinal Credit Union has trained nearly half of their staff to assist you, free of charge, in achieving your financial goals. Here are a few tips to help get your finances in order.

Volunteer to be a mentor

Big Brothers Big Sisters provides children with quality mentoring relationships through supportive adults and educational programs. As a mentor, being a Big can help change a child’s life.

Goodwill - turning donations into local jobs

What happens to all of the stuff that gets donated, where it ends up, and other questions answered about this nearly 100-year-old organization.

Are you playing with fire?

I know what you are thinking. "The chances of my house catching on fire are remote. House fires only happen to other people." That's what I thought, until our house turned into an inferno.