A 5-year-old Massachusetts boy who turns six on Friday, isn’t asking for what most kids ask for on a birthday — he just wants some birthday cards.
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After Lisa Freeman’s marine son Matthew died in Afghanistan, she sought a way to comfort the young ones who grieved. Her answer — turn military uniforms into cuddly bears of remembrance.
An off-duty taxi driver in Nashville was in the right place at the right time on Sunday when he witnessed a car accident and quickly jumped into action to save a woman from a burning car.
A New Orleans-based librarian known as “the book lady” for her dedication to her community has won the inaugural Lemony Snicket Prize for Noble Librarians Faced With Adversity.
Father’s day is right around the corner (Sunday, June 15, for those of you who tend to forget), but whatever you gift dad this year might not beat this birthday gift.
A good Samaritan is being hailed a hero after jumping into action and stopping a driver who hit a family on Tuesday and didn’t stop.
A Dunkin’ Donuts customer looking for a morning cup of coffee was in the right place at the right time with the right equipment.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III stepped into the community last week to help a student ask another student to a prom.
Motorists acted quickly on Saturday to save a 26-year-old man who crashed his truck off Louisiana’s Lake Pontchartrain Causeway and plunged into the water.
Cheryl Ruettiger lives in Henderson, but she may as well be a Summerlin resident. Her efforts to further the arts revolve around Summerlin, where she is the executive director of the Rudy Foundation, named for her husband, Rudy Ruettiger, the subject of the 1993 movie “Rudy.”
Weeks after Leah Goldberg was dancing at her senior prom, a brain tumor returned and only something “close to a miracle” can save her life. Friends are throwing a benefit Sunday to help defray hospital costs.
An off-duty firefighter in Oregon was in the right place at the right time in early May when he got an alert on his phone that someone nearby needed help — a man who had gone into cardiac arrest.
A homeless Florida teen who was named valedictorian of his high school class last week will now get the opportunity to go to college thanks to help from the Internet.
The mother of a day-old infant snatched from a Quebec hospital says she’s grateful to everyone who helped bring home her baby — especially the group of people who hunted down the alleged kidnapper thanks to a Facebook post.
A woman in her 80s met her 94-year-old half-sister over the Memorial Day weekend — the first time the siblings had ever set eyes on each other.
Chemotherapy patients know all too well how cold they can feel while undergoing treatment. To help them, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sew hats.
A 99-year-old Maine woman is celebrating her graduation from college 75 years after a $5 transcript fee kept her from getting her diploma on time.
For the past 20 years, Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada has been making a difference in the lives of eligible homeowners. On April 26, the nonprofit was out in full force, repairing as many as 20 Southern Nevada homes. One of those homes belonged to Gary Meador, 79, a former magician. The team at his house came from U.S. Bank and consisted of about two dozen employees.
Skyler James and Charlie Heflin share a long history. But before James graduated from high school in Charleston last week the two had never really met.
A bus driver in Sweden made an unexpected stop on his route last week when he pulled over to aid a young girl who was crying on the sidewalk.
A 5-year-old boy who lost his battle with cancer in early May got a superhero-send off when his family threw him a themed funeral.
A Texas couple got quite the surprise earlier this year when they got a random phone call that would allow them to have the wedding they’ve dreamed of for years.
Goodbyes from a grieving family that lost its 42-year-old mother just days before Mother’s Day turned into unexpected help and funds for a funeral.