The debate over whether or not to vaccinate children is brewing across the country, and it's sparking the conversation right here in our community, too.
Every school excluding alternative schools will be given an overall grade from A through F. State-wide performance grades were enacted by the 2013-2014 General Assembly.
According to a new report, children in North Carolina are healthier and better at math and reading than they were nearly a decade ago.
The Kids Count report is created by the Annie E. Casey foundation, a philanthropy and research organization based in Baltimore.
The Cape Fear Museum offers fun and education program every Saturday in the Learning Center. This month children can learn about astronomy.
Hundreds of folks brought their kids to Empie Park this weekend, taking advantage of the beautiful weather and getting active at Healthy Kids Day.
Thanks to a 30,000 grant from the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources, the city held its first annual Spring Green Carnival. The carnival brought businesses and organizations together to teach children the value of recycling and staying green.
Three regional North Carolina government offices designed to help the youngest children with developmental delays or mental or physical disabilities are closing, eliminating 170 state employee positions.
Two Wilmington Rotary Clubs helped Nourish NC pack boxes full of food for families in need in the Cape Fear Wednesday. Friday afternoon, the boxes will be delivered to families across the Port City to ensure they have food to eat this weekend.
The Children’s Museum of Wilmington’s Inaugural ThankFULL Wilmington, a day of celebration, giving, and entertaining Thanksgiving-centered activities at the Museum, will be held Saturday, November 23, 2013.
Stretch-n-Grow is a program in Wilmington that teaches children exercises that not only get them moving, but also help them live up to their potential.