The namesake foundation of actor Gary Sinise is donating 20,000 meals to Veterans Affairs' (VA) health care and frontline workers battling the coronavirus pandemic, the VA announced Wednesday.
The bus drivers in Loveland, Ohio wanted to honor the class of 2020 amid a school year cut short due to COVID-19.
Jalen Ballard is an extraordinary high school graduate who accomplished becoming valedictorian and is headed to university with a scholarship under his belt.
A Massachusetts mother who contracted the coronavirus while she was pregnant says her “heart was skipping” this week when she finally got to hold her new child – 28 days after he was born.
A high school teacher in Phoenix made a promise to one student that he would see her cross the graduation stage, and though the physical commencement ceremony was canceled, Jeff Schrock kept that promise.
A couple finally got a chance to see each other after being separated for 44 days during COVID-19.
There's a llama delivering groceries to the elderly in the Welsh countryside and it's amazing.
A Texas dad recently drove 1,152 miles roundtrip to give his daughter a socially-distanced birthday surprise.
For many students, life has been very strange for the last two months, but some at Seminole High School still feel it needs to be documented.
The former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver shared an image of the restaurant check on May 18.
That must’ve been one heck of a haircut.
After battling COVID-19 for 49 days, a longtime pediatrician and Navy veteran Steve "Dr. Steve" Hefler was safely discharged from Sarasota Memorial Hospital on Friday.
Xavier University's cancellation of its graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic didn't stop one Tennessee senior from walking across the stage.
A manager for a Winn-Dixie in Valrico knew some of her employees who were high school students were missing out on the chance to be recognized at a traditional graduation ceremony. Instead, she planned for one right at the store.
More than a century after living through the Spanish flu pandemic, a 108-year-old New Mexico man survived COVID-19, according to a local report.
The honking of horns and the rumble of motorcycles filled the front of Bill Cheesman's Manatee County home.
A mom in Illinois came up with a way for her kids to hug their Nana while doing their best to keep her safe.
If the coronavirus stay-at-home orders have taught us anything, it’s the importance of family.
A kindhearted FedEx driver in Indiana left a little something special when he spontaneously dropped off cupcakes for a little girl’s sixth birthday, after bringing a package to the family’s home and realizing that the coronavirus crisis likely dampened the youngster’s celebrations.
The need for technology in homes with children has never been greater.