What’s a teenager to do in the Rocket City? Here’s our list of great Huntsville Teen Hangouts.
Teens and Tweens
Find out how your son or daughter can head to a bout, learn to skate on quads, and be part of the Rocket City Rebels team by this Fall.
Here’s five reasons why, your teen should volunteer this summer along with a great list of local organizations that need their help.
Looking to throw a trendy birthday bash for your teen or tween but not sure where to start? Check out these awesome ideas for an Emoji Themed Party!
My wife and I have worked hard to bring our best selves to being Mom and Dad. The best we’ve got happens to include an executive decision to let cursing fall through the filter.
After the unthinkable happens to her son, a local mom works to bring a special movie screening to Huntsville.
We love the Library! Take a look at all of the special library events for kids happening in February at the Huntsville Madison County Public Library.
We asked a local expert your questions about how to handle preteen acne: what’s safe, what’s myth, and how to get boys to practice healthy skincare.
We asked a local expert from Progress Bank your questions about financial advice for graduates. These tips could really help out your college-bound kid!
How does a mom prepare herself for her child’s teenage years lurking around the corner? By toughening up her heart.
Summer is a great time for your teenage to work in some valuable volunteer time. Luckily for them – and for you – there are lots of places to do that in Huntsville and North Alabama this summer!
Did you know suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for Alabama children 10-14 years old, behind only car wrecks? If you just did a double-take, you need to read more about SPEAK.
A word of warning from a librarian & mom about “!3 Reasons Why”, the popular show about teen suicide on Netflix and book by Jay Asher.
Summer months = more teen drivers on the road. Now is the time to have a real conversation about distracted driving with your young driver, and a local expert gives you tips about what to talk about and how to avoid the worst case scenario.
You’ve had the talk, but then you discover the Internet browser history. What’s a parent supposed to do when their kid has been looking at pornography online? We asked an expert.
When the Stanford Rapist Who Can Also Swim story started emerging, I began to question myself. Have we ever directly addressed the sticky situations that can come up? Does my son truly understand consent?