Here To Help: Family
Nurse practitioner Susie Catchings offers tips for raising children who have healthy habits. She said parents can be role models for positive behavior, including healthy eating habits and self-esteem.
There are a number of consignment sales taking place this week and into the weekend. Thanks to Sarah at Go Ask Mom for putting together a list of the upcoming sales!
It is set for 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday, at Peak United Methodist Church, 1200 N. Salem St., in Apex. The sale gives away prom dresses and accessories to girls who wouldn't otherwise be able to afford the items.
Now is the time for current high school seniors, as well as current college students, who need financial aid to be filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
If it seems like your grocery store bills are getting bigger, you're not imagining it: food prices are on the rise, and poised to go higher.
WRAL's annual Coats for the Children drive benefits the Salvation Army. "You never know when it's going to be you that's on the other end, the receiving end of things," said Shediah Palmer of Raleigh.
The sale at University Mall in Chapel Hill will offer deals on clothes, toys, gear and much more.
There are a number of blog members who swap coupons here in the Triangle area. This is the place to post your swap dates and locations each week!
The Raleigh mall updated its play area with some new equipment.
Wondering how to afford a trip to the State Fair without having to take out a loan? It can be done! Here are some tips to save you some dough so you can enjoy more dough (the fried kind with powdered sugar, of course)! Please share your money-saving ideas as well.
The fourth personal finance real life story in our weekly series is from Holley, who lives in Zebulon. Medical issues have caused her family's income to be cut in half but her great attitude and willingness to do what it takes has helped her family get by each week!
Father's Day was a time for service for volunteers at Temple Baptist Church in Raleigh who cooked up hot meals for the needy.
I'll be on WRAL-TV's morning news on Fox 50 at around 6:10 a.m. Monday morning to talk about free and cheap summer fun. Here's some of what we'll be talking about.
Shoppers could be throwing away cash without realizing it, but doing five things can help people save money and avoid ever paying full price again.
East Wake Animal Hospital plans a low-cost rabies vaccination clinic for cats and dogs this week to encourage pet owners to update their animals' shots after a fox tested positive for the infection in Zebulon Friday.
Dr. Chris Martin offered free dental work to 80 patients on his first Free Day of Dentistry in 2010. He saw double that number last year. This year, Martin hopes to help over 175 people during his next event.
In partnership with Dentistry From The Heart, Cary Family Dental will provide free dental services to the first 100 people who arrive Saturday between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Ever leave a grocery store with a big bill in hand wondering what just happened? Buying in bulk may be the answer. Shopping bloggers say warehouse stores are the way to go when trying to save money on things that get used all the time.
The North Carolina Department of Social Services has changed the process for citizens to get financial help with heating costs during the cold weather months through the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP).
The average U.S. household pays $2,200 in power bills a year, so Consumer Reports shows how to use the biggest energy suckers in the home less.
The Salvation Army of Durham is accepting applications through Friday for families who anticipate needing help during the holiday season. The Salvation Army helps thousands of families each year with Thanksgiving meals and Christmas gifts, primarily through the Angel Tree program.
Students in need of books, paper pencils and back-to-school clothes got a helping hand Thursday from the Durham Rescue Mission.
The N.C. Dental Society is staging one of the largest free adult dental clinics in the state to treat underserved patients.
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A Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) immunization booster is required for all sixth graders before the start of the school year.
Women's Empowerment aims to help African-American woman navigate the real estate market. It's at the RBC Center in Raleigh Sunday, March 20, 2011.
Smiles were plentiful Thursday at the Durham Rescue Mission where hundreds of volunteers spent the day giving meals and toys to the less fortunate.
The Salvation Army distributes toys and food to ease financial stress on families, but this year, they are forced to turn people away.
The Salvation Army and Inter-Faith Food Shuttle are increasingly busy as the holidays approach.
Lower rates will save the typical North Carolina residential customer $4.11 a month, or about $50 a year, according to Progress Energy.