Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, WRAL NEWS in NC

Sarah Lindenfeld Hall


Raleigh, NC, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Here are the best places to sled in Raleigh, Durham, Cary

Saturday's snow day is a perfect one for sledding, and the first time in years we've had just-right conditions: Weekend snow, fluffy flakes, plenty of power. → Read More

Huge Kids Exchange consignment sale expected to bring out 30K at state fairgrounds

Just a quick reminder that public shopping at the massive Kids Exchange children's consignment sale opens this week. → Read More

Fisher-Price Recalls 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soothers After Four Infant Deaths

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Fisher-Price are announcing the recalls of the Fisher-Price 4-in-1 Rock 'n Glide Soothers and 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Gliders after four babies died due in part to the product. → Read More

Raleigh cancels Holiday Express for 2020 Christmas season

Raleigh Parks announced Wednesday morning that the popular Holiday Express event has been canceled for 2020. → Read More

North Carolina's aquariums to reopen Monday to the public

The reopening comes as North Carolina moves into Phase 2.5 of its reopening plan during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and other museums across the state also begin welcoming visitors again. → Read More

Local playgrounds begin to open Friday, museums announce reopening dates

Museums and parks departments are beginning to announce their reopening plans this week after Gov. Roy Cooper announced that playgrounds and museums could open their doors again. → Read More

Museum of Life and Science reopens to members

Museum leaders hope to reopen the museum to the general public soon as well. → Read More

N.C. Zoo welcomes two more endangered red wolf pups

The North Carolina Zoo is celebrating the birth of a pair of endangered red wolf pups this month. The two female pups were born May 4 to mom Taylor and dad Solo and comprise the second litter for the zoo this year. In late April, five pups were born there. → Read More

Kanata, Sea Gull and Seafarer cancel summer overnight camps

Three overnight camps that draw hundreds of children from across the Triangle announced that they will not operate this summer. → Read More

Yikes! Local haunted houses stir up spooky fun and lots of creepy clowns

Here's a look at a few faces you might encounter on a trip to a local haunted house. Warning: This year, there seems to be a lot of clowns. → Read More

Weekend Plans: Festivals, dragon boats, Batman Day, maker faire, more

We have 18 events, plus links to lots of pumpkin patches, corn mazes and Take a Child Outside Week events. Here's what's happening this weekend! → Read More

Back to School: Homework troubles? 6 tips to smooth the struggle, along with Wake schools resources to help

Now that school is back in session, so are the nightly struggles with homework. Here are some tips to help. → Read More

Back to School: 10 sandwich-free lunches to send your kids to school with this year

In the past couple of years, I've had to up my sandwich-free lunch game, which is fine with me. There are plenty of other healthier ways to fill up kids during the school day. → Read More

4 dangerous activities that tweens, teens are engaging in now

But, these days, the bullying doesn't just happen in the school halls, the experimentation might not start with a pack of cigarettes and those risky behaviors don't end at morning pickup after a sleepover. Thanks, or no thanks, to technology and new products, there's a world of new temptations for adolescents. → Read More

'Look for the helpers:' Helping kids find comfort in the face of tragedy, terror

Mr. Rogers wrote about how to help kids with tragedy and terror "The Mister Rogers Parenting Book," the last book he worked on before his death in 2003. His mother's words helped him make some sense of tragic events. → Read More

11 events in Raleigh, the Triangle to catch the 2017 summer solar eclipse

There's lots of excitement heading into Aug. 21 when the United States will experience a solar eclipse. → Read More

Raleigh amusement park asks for help finding break-in suspects

A popular Raleigh amusement park is asking for help finding two people who broke into the business on Monday night. → Read More

Join Go Ask Mom for our big FREE event Tuesday at North Hills

Belle! Wool E. Bull! Outdoor games! Trucks! Lots of activities and crafts! Join us for our free event from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., Tuesday, July 11, at North Hills' Midtown Park! → Read More

Raleigh's sunflowers draw crowds, but city asks visitors to stop jumping fence

City officials are eager for people to take in the view, but they are asking visitors to stop jumping the fence to get a closer look. → Read More

Road Trip from Raleigh: Richmond, Va.

Just under three hours from Raleigh, there's another capital city that offers plenty of fun for families interested in a road trip. → Read More