After struggling with growing numbers of parents in school cafeterias, the Darien school system said parents and guardians would no longer be welcome to visit with their children during lunch at the Connecticut town’s elementary schools.
Calling all 30,200 assisted living facilities in the U.S. the same is like calling all colleges the same. Here’s what’s to consider.
Having the conversation about a move to assisted living before a health emergency occurs can afford you and your loved one the opportunity to methodically discuss plans to tackle a host of issues, like downsizing and getting rid of extra possessions, figuring out finances and gathering medical records.
The child passenger safety event, part of several happening Saturday in the D.C. Region, was hosted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and attracted a steady stream of parents.
Paul and Melissa Trapani of Westminster received the maximum possible punishment at Thursday’s sentencing hearing. T
Raymond McGavin, 19, of Springfield, Virginia, disappeared early Monday morning after attending a U2 concert at Capital One Arena in D.C.
Looking for a vehicle to haul around your growing family? Here are 10 of the best SUVs, minivans and cars with features that make kid-hauling a lot easier and safer.
Bringing home a new child is a major adjustment — one that takes time. But just how much time is needed? A new report breaks down the science behind the impact of paid family leave.
Dads are more involved in food shopping and meal preparation for their kids, yet research in the role they play in their kid’s diet is lagging.
Don Wood and his wife helped their son Donnie go through two rounds of rehab. They let him move in with them; they kicked him out. They supported him financially; they gave him ultimatums. But when Donnie was 32, Don found his lifeless body on the bed. In the third story of her Hooked on Heroin series, WTOP’s Jamie Forzato explains how kids get addicted, how early the problem can start and what’s being done to combat the problem.
If you Google “America’s worst mom,” Lenore Skenazy’s name dominates the search results — for several pages. But she has a bit of advice for parents.
As Congress returns to Washington after the July Fourth holiday and gears up for another fight over gun control, local parents marched to the U.S. Capitol to urge lawmakers to enact stricter gun laws.
The return of summer to the mid-Atlantic region means another word of caution about children being left in cars.
For the first time on record, living with parents is now the most common arrangement for people ages 18 to 34.
Students and parents are being invited to a free event this weekend aimed at addressing a serious and widespread issue: relationship violence.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.