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Child Development (INACTIVE)

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  • Free parenting class starts Thursday

    Free parenting class starts Thursday
    Mary Immaculate Family Focus is offering a Nurturing parenting class, starting Thursday, Jan. 12! The Nurturing Program is a nationally recognized parent education program that teaches highly effective parenting techniques. Nurturing is the...
  • New Study Finds Potentially Toxic Chemicals In Baby Products

    New Study Finds Potentially Toxic Chemicals In Baby Products
    A new study shows parents may not know what potentially toxic substances are in products their kids interact with every day.  The study was published Wednesday in the Environmental Science & Technology Journal. Researchers analyzed 101 products from...
  • Teen earns 'distinguished' title

    COSTA MESA — An Estancia High School junior will represent Costa Mesa as she advances to the Distinguished Young Women's state competition this summer. Lauren Peterson, 16, won the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Costa Mesa at the program'...
  • Woman's cancer a factor in complex custody case

    Woman's cancer a factor in complex custody case
    Parents diagnosed with cancer commonly fear dying before their children have grown. But an unusual child custody battle in North Carolina has raised another troubling concern: Can the illness be used against the sick parent? The ongoing case, which has...
  • It's been a 17-year educational journey for Maria Saldana

    It's been a 17-year educational journey for Maria Saldana
    Editor's note: This corrects what Maria Saldana did with her classes. COSTA MESA — Maria Saldana cried when she applied for graduation — and after picking up her cap and gown — but the moment still wasn't real for her. It wasn't...
  • Woman shot at 57th Street Beach dies

    A 22-year-old Calumet City woman who was critically shot at the 57th Street Beach late Memorial Day has died, authorities said this morning. The death of Aeyanuna Rogers raised the holiday slaying total to seven. At least 20 other people were wounded...
  • Report: Preschool pays off into adulthood

    A new study revealing the lasting, long-term impact of a solid preschool education -- especially in disadvantaged communities -- was released today, just as Illinois’ governor considers a state budget plan that slashes funding to early childhood...
  • Parenting: Mary Immaculate offers free nurturing program for parents

    Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital will offer a free nurturing program for parents of children from birth to age 5. According to the event flier: The Nurturing Program is a nationally recognized parent education program that teaches highly effective...
  • Child-care center hosting fundraiser

    The Canyon View Child Development Center in Irvine is hosting a fundraiser Friday. Local vendors will be present, along with staff, faculty and parents, to raise awareness about the plight facing child care and development programs. "Being that child...
  • Central Virginia Community College cuts 22 programs, creating money for new hires

    Central Virginia Community College cuts 22 programs, creating money for new hires
    It's a numbers game at Central Virginia Community College. President John Capps wants to offer more opportunities for students, but to do that he's having to make some tough choices. "Ultimately we're trying to be better stewards of the Commonwealth's...
  • Temple Emanu El honors Couple of the Year

    From the dawn of each year on through the end of February, just about every imaginable award, from Oscars and Grammys to the certificates of recognition of local organizations, is bestowed upon those who have made a significant contribution throughout the...
  • Magee Hickey

    Magee Hickey
    Magee Hickey is known for her bright red hair, her warmth and her bubbly personality. This Emmy Award-winning reporter has covered most of the big stories in the tri-state area in the past 25 years and she is thrilled to be one of the newest members of...