Residents across the Gulf Coast are assessing and cleaning up the damage that Hurricane Sally left in its wake this week, and a few Good Samaritans cleared the damage at one Florida pastor’s home at no charge.
Dozens of farmers in North Dakota put their harvests on hold last week to help a neighbor who experienced a heart attack after his combine caught fire.
A terminally ill father was able to hug his son before his football game one last time, thanks to a nurse who stepped in to get a pilot to fly him to the away game.
Community members in California are offering much-needed support to a man devastated by the recent wildfires.
A brief police pursuit on the Massachusetts Turnpike ended with the rescue of two kittens from a burning vehicle.
A West Texas dentist refused to let the downturn in the economy due to COVID-19 stop him from bringing joy to Make-A-Wish Foundation children. The dentist challenged his staff and others in the Texas Panhandle community to a “Sunshine Box” challenge.
Neighbors in Humble, Texas, showed up in a big way this week after a woman asked for help in bringing customers to her father’s food truck business.
An anonymous donor pledged to match $150,000 in American Red Cross wildfire relief on the west coast after watching a story on television about a Minnesota resident preparing to fill her disaster relief truck to provide food for those impacted by the fires in Oregon.
A teenager in Arlington, Virginia, was busy working on earning her pilot’s license before she learned to drive a car.
A Georgia man says he owes his life to the persistent barking of his neighbor’s dog.
A Maine church community came together to replace a church volunteer’s stolen tools after he was in the middle of working on a project for the church.
Andrew Beattie of Delhi Township, Ohio, showed off his own social-distancing solution for this year’s hopeful trick-or-treaters on Monday.
Domino’s Pizza donated $110 million to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, making it the largest donation the hospital has seen in its history.
A paralyzed man designed a mountain bike for people with mobility disabilities, allowing them to ride up and down rough terrains where they could not go before.
A father of two in Frisco, Texas, is planning to help save a Mississippi man’s life even though the two have never met in person.
Police recognized a teenager last week for rescuing an entire family from a burning vehicle in Waterbury, Connecticut.
A teenager in Owensboro, Kentucky, is thanking the hospice nurse who remained with him through one of the hardest nights of his life.
A 94-year-old World War II veteran received the Bronze Star Medal for his service in the Army at the California state capitol on Sunday.
An elderly woman’s home in Woburn, Massachusetts, is getting some much needed repairs thanks to a kindhearted electrician.
The Florida beaches may soon become a bit safer to swim in thanks to a 13-year-old’s ingenuity to make a device that would prevent drowning.
America’s oldest World War II veteran received a military flyover for his 111th birthday on Saturday as the coronavirus changed plans for a more traditional birthday celebration.
A family in Detroit, Michigan, received a huge blessing this week after a neighbor learned they were in desperate need of help.
A police K-9 Unit in Richardson, Texas, got a big surprise on September 4, thanks to a thoughtful nine-year-old girl.
Thousands of runners who would have completed the Boston Marathon, which was canceled because of the coronavirus, ran the 26.2-mile race virtually this week.
Four-year-old Great Dane “Ralph” alerted his family to a fire just in time to get all of them safely from their home early Tuesday morning.
A man whose kayak capsized in 30 feet of water in Lake George, New York, held on to his kayak for dear life until he got rescued by a group of priests on a floating tiki bar.
A boy in Nashville, Tennessee, who lived in foster care nearly half his life was finally adopted in July.