It was the first time that the kids had hugged since March 17.
Two good Samaritans recovered $1,300 blowing down a South Carolina highway Tuesday morning and helped return the cash to the elderly person who had lost it, authorities said.
Six high school seniors and employees of a local Kentucky grocery store were honored for their hard work and given the graduation ceremony they deserved after having their official ceremony canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
A nursing student spent her last semester at university not olny trying to get through her finals, but battling COVID-19 as well.
Mickey Nelson said he was inspired by Capt. Tom Moore, a British army veteran who helped raise millions of pounds amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Five-year-old Johnny, also known as Johnny the Brave, recently finished his fifth round of chemotherapy treatment and has one more to complete before he gets to ring the Victory Bell at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
In order for Jonathan Gonzalez, a North Carolina resident, to win the lottery, his own luck wasn’t enough. So he called upon his entire family to each pick a number, a decision which would win him $1 million.
A 100-year-old World War II veteran from Virginia was officially declared coronavirus-free and discharged from the hospital after a 58-day battle with COVID-19 this week.
A 100-year-old great-great-grandmother in the United Kingdom isn't letting the novel coronavirus take her down, overcoming her battle with COVID-19 after a more than two-week hospital stay, her family says.
A couple finally got a chance to see each other after being separated for 44 days during COVID-19.
A Berks County flag company has been granted a waiver to distribute flags to be placed on thousands of veterans’ graves on Memorial Day.
One dad exhibited beauty and grace while dancing to Tchaikovsky’s famous “Dance of the Little Swans.”
Family and friends held a drive-by parade for a college graduate from North Philadelphia.
Two preschool teachers surprised students by making house calls to say hello since school is closed due to COVID-19.
Two local girls are spreading good news during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Smyrna restaurant owner who made a big sacrifice in selling her car so she could pay her employees last month had a bit of karma come her way within the last week.
According to officials, the woman’s husband, a truck driver, led troopers to the cab of his tractor where his wife was lying in a bunk preparing to give birth.
Chelsea, who said she was bullied in school, turned to art when she lost her swim coach to gun violence a few years ago.
Her recovery was given special recognition from New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, who tweeted about her health on Thursday.
This 3-year-old’s birthday party is such a 90’s vibes.