National Parenting Product Awards gives a round-up of parent-tested baby products just in time for spring.
Our April issue is on newsstands throughout Northeast Ohio, but the fastest way to check it out is by viewing the digital issue. This month, we focus on outdoor fun for little ones, health for the whole family, ways to celebrate Earth Day every day, steps to "spring clean" your parenting, plus our always-popular event calendar — and much more. ...Read more 0
Connecting for Kids recently honored five individuals who have helped fulfill the organization’s mission to provide education and support to families with concerns about their child. ...Read more 0
The Harvest for Hunger Campaign is a partnership bringing together four regional food banks — the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Second Harvest Food Bank of Mahoning Valley and the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio — and focuses on fighting hunger across 21 counties in Northeast Ohio. ...Read more 0
The county has transformed its summer jobs program into a paid internship program with the goal of providing teens and young adults with jobs, training, and education that serve as a pipeline to career opportunities. Applications are being accepted for Cuyahoga County residents ages 14-24 years old. ...Read more 0
For most of her life, Annie Glenn, wife of former astronaut and senator John Glenn, was afflicted with a significant stutter. After attending an intensive treatment program, Annie dedicated much of her life to helping others with communication disorders. Learn more about her struggles and her work with those in need, including a few of the honors bestowed upon her. ...Read more 0
Cleveland's favorite out-of-this-world dance party, Yuri's Night: Space Party, returns on Saturday, May 19 at the Great Lakes Science Center. The annual fundraiser is an outer space, after-hours party with live music, a DJ, an open bar, appetizers, specialty bites, and science demonstrations. ...Read more 0
On Sunday, October 22, 2017, 10 high school finalists put on the performance of their lifetimes in pursuit of winning a $10,000 college scholarship. WKYC Reporter Monica Robins hosted this...