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A local mom wants to raise awareness about how trick or treating can be more difficult for children who have food allergies.
Susan Jennings says even when you’re at your wit’s end, kids never seem to reach theirs.
Parents are building backyard playgrounds with twisting sliding boards, bridges, rock walls, ropes and towers.
Throughout the war, there were many important soldiers, activists, politicians, spies — and even a few everyday citizens — who changed history.
Susan Jennings’ 2½-year-old daughter Lily is starting to potty train — and their whole house is excited.
Corey Thurman’s Healthy Kids Club returns to the Revs for a second season to inspire and reward York children
Kids are rewarded for completing healthy tasks with free admission and a playground wristband at select York Revolution games.
Kara Eberle says her mornings are like some sort of obstacle course.