A Minnesota state trooper brought a doctor to tears when he turned what would have been a speeding ticket into an act of generosity.
95-year-old World War II veteran Bill Kelly has reportedly recovered from the novel coronavirus after his March 17 diagnosis.
A Wisconsin man is finding a unique way to connect with his neighbor in an age of social distancing — by sharing a beer with him via a remote-controlled car.
A 90-year-old woman in Belgium died from a COVID-19 Coronavirus infection after refusing a ventilator. She told doctors to “keep this for the younger” patients.
Several Minnesotans were baffled when they looked in their mailboxes and found gifts of $50 and $100 in cash.
Houston’s hospitality industry has been working overtime to feed those who work around the clock to feed Houston.
A Mississippi couple is donating hundreds of small American flags to children so they can continue reciting the Pledge of Allegiance while school is canceled.
A New Jersey newspaper deliveryman is making it his mission to do some grocery shopping for the elderly in addition to his delivery route.
Facebook user Kyle Brown shared a beautiful photo of a man raising the American flag in salute to the USNS Comfort as it departed Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday.
A New York City coffee shop is giving back to local hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic as the number of patients continues to surge in the city.
With the March release of “A Quiet Place II” postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, actor-director John Krasinski is using his down time to spread a little optimism with a new YouTube show dedicated exclusively to good news.
Australians are rushing to local pet shelters to adopt animals to help ease their isolation during the global Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Sometimes, all it takes is a little kindness to put someone at ease — even if that person or thing spreading kindness has imperfections.
Three police organizations in New Jersey gave residents a slice of hope by purchasing 300 pizzas for their community despite the coronavirus.
A group of local neighbors found a way to help both a struggling restaurant and a local soup kitchen at the same time.
(AFP) — Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic said Friday he was donating one million euros ($1.1 million) to help his native Serbia buy respirators and other gear to combat the coronavirus.
A Michigan principal has found a way to deliver some good news to two deserving high school seniors despite the school being shut down due to the coronavirus.
A 90-year-old woman from Washington state is praising God, her family, and her homemade potato soup for helping her overcome the coronavirus.
Medical detection dogs in the UK will be trained to sniff out coronavirus and be trained to detect the deadly disease in six weeks.
The Crocs shoe company is making sure healthcare workers have comfy shoes to wear during their long hours battling the Chinese coronavirus.
A 101-year-old Italian man born during the Spanish flu pandemic left the hospital on Thursday after beating the Chinese coronavirus.
560,000 Britons have volunteered to support the National Health Service (NHS) in taking care of the country’s vulnerable citizens during the coronavirus pandemic, more than double the initial government call for 250,000.
(AFP) — As other factories fall silent due to the coronavirus, the din of production continues at O’Neills sportswear factory in Northern Ireland, where staff have pivoted to making scrubs and facemasks for besieged healthcare workers.
Senior citizens in Cincinnati, Ohio, are now able to connect with their loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to a nonprofit group’s generous donation.
Krispy Kreme is the latest in a growing list of companies that are giving freebies to healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
A homeowner in Glendale, Arizona, is making sure delivery workers feel appreciated during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
A young man battling cancer in Tampa Bay, Florida, reached an important milestone Wednesday while his friends and family cheered him on.