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(BPT) - Whether welcoming a newborn, adopting a child or becoming a stepparent for the first time, bringing a child into your life means big changes - and a big impact on your finances.
(BPT) - New research on driver’s education and training shows a gap in teen drivers’ knowledge – one that, if closed, could help prevent some of the nearly 300,000 car crashes involving inexperienced drivers every year.
(BPT) - At some point, everyone will have to learn how to live on a budget, whether it’s at home, at work or with a nonprofit organization. For teenagers with a limited income and plenty of interests that cost money, learning to manage a budget can never come too early.
(BPT) - There’s the summer vacation you dream of: happy children playing games, parents relaxing, cheerful grandparents, smooth roads, short lines and easy-to-schedule outdoor sports and activities for the kids. And then there’s the reality, which more closely resembles “National Lampoon’s Vacation.”
This summer, Southwest University of Visual Arts (SUVA) will be offering an art and creativity camp that will allow students to explore an art medium of their choice.
I’m teaching my daughter to drive. Again. And no, it’s not a remedial driving course because the first lessons didn’t take. Rather, we’re starting all over with a second daughter—my newly-permitted driver. She just got her permit this week and I’ve allowed her to take the driver’s seat twice, which equates to about two times too many.
What do rock, hip hop, world music and a petting zoo have in common? They all can be found when the Music & Dance Academy hosts its kick-off party this Saturday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at its Foothills school, 4811 E. Sunrise Drive.
One beer, two beers, three beers – what’s the harm in one more?
Northwest Fire conducts babysitter class for ages 11-14
The Marana Police Department continues to investigate three incidents involving a man exposing himself, and another man trying to coax a young boy to his car.
Being a teen is tough. You’re balancing school, social life, homework, chores and a host of extracurricular stuff that might range from sports to band practice to an after-school job. You really don’t have time to plan out your meals and count calories, but you still want to be healthy and look great in your new jeans.
New principal at Rattlesnake Ridge school
Next set of babysitting classes in NW this summer
Astronaut to speak before chamber May 27
Training set for volunteer hospital chaplains
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Bell spent her 15th birthday last month in a hospital bed at University Medical Center, fighting flu and pneumonia.
Nobody harmed a book in the Andersson home.
Perched upon a wooden platform, the Ironwood Ridge High School drama teacher works on an ejector chair, the focal point of the school’s production of “Sweeney Todd.”
To add your nonprofit opportunities to this list, send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 29, 2006 - He was no ordinary cowboy who walked into the restaurant. He was perhaps a bit less worn out than a circuit cowboy just off a weekend of rodeo work, but still a bit stiff and sore after a long week. This cowboy was not entering an arena wearing chaps and carrying rope, he was heading for a small stage with a guitar in one hand, a bag of electrical mics in the other and a head full of songs.