An assisted living home in Alpharetta, Georgia recently introduced "hugging stations" at their facility to help residents who may be separated from loved ones due to the pandemic.
A hugging station at a senior assisted living facility is helping residents reconnect with their loved ones amid the pandemic.
The oldest living U.S. Marine celebrated her 107th birthday in Kannapolis, N.C., over the weekend, with a happy birthday greeting from the Marine Corps.
A Kentucky hospice nurse flew her patient to his son’s season opener football game, helping him fulfill a bucket-list wish.
An elderly dog whose home was burned down in the California wildfires was set to be euthanized before being rescued by a pet sanctuary.
A very happy birthday to the oldest living Marine, Sgt. Dot Cole, who turned 107.
Kailyn Harris had only one mission for her 9th birthday.
Melanie and Tyler Tapajna were still dressed in their wedding attire when serving food at the Laura’s Home Women’s Crisis Center.
These two are unstoppable.
Jared Ream attributes his successful weight loss to focusing on a tangible goal.
Robert Beecham and his wife, Janice, overcame COVID-19 thanks to the diligent and empathetic efforts of Dr. Satyam Nayak.
Dekalb County firefighter Viv Evans was battling a blaze in Stone Mountain when she got injured. Evans says even while flames were swirling around her, she knew without a doubt her fellow firefighters would get her out.
Two dozen Atlanta area vendors are teaming up to throw a dream wedding worth $75,000 in January -- covering all needs from catering to wedding rings and flowers.
“For better or worse, in sickness and in health…” are part of the traditional marriage vows. It’s been more than 64 years since this Georgia couple made those vows and the recent coronavirus pandemic certainly put those to the test. But they will make you believe love conquers all.
There is no doubt recent events across the country have put more pressure on law enforcement officers and have even hurt morale among officers.
After more than two-and-a-half months in the hospital, an 87-year-old Korean War veteran from Houston has beat coronavirus COVID-19 and reunited with his children three days before Father’s Day.
As the nation grapples with calls for police reform and even “defunding the police,” two Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Deputies are offering a ray of light from an incident earlier this year.
Joyce and Don Hoffman were separated for five weeks after she tested positive for COVID-19.
The Athens-Clarke County Police Department is commending three of its officer for quickly extinguishing a fire and pull the resident out of the smoke-filled home.
The times they are a-changing. That seems to be the theme for June in what is turning out to be quite a unique year.