Residents of a Wisconsin neighborhood took a break from isolation to jump and dance to the classic House of Pain song “Jump Around.”
One girl and her papa were able to dance together while still considering social distancing guidelines.
The coronavirus pandemic is bringing out the creativity for small business owners trying to stay afloat.
Federico's Pizza in Belmar, New Jersey took out a $50,000 loan to ensure its workers have a job for at least the next two months, spurring a surge of pay-it-forward donations as they help keep people and essential workers fed.
Businesses from across our region, struggling to stay afloat, are still finding time to help their communities.
A father working at a high risk hospital treating coronavirus patients can only see his 1-year-old through glass door.
Adoptable puppies from the Atlanta Humane Society visited the Georgia Aquarium on Thursday, March 26, while it was closed due to the new coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic.
London burst into applause on the evening of Thursday, March 26, as a show of support for health care workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Londoners capped, cheered and banged pots and pans Thursday evening to show their support for health care workers battling the coronavirus epidemic. Credit: Harriet McMahon via Storyful
As the clear day turned into dusk in Midtown Atlanta on Wednesday, the normally busy streets were mostly still, save for the sounds of the occasional footsteps hitting the sidewalk. “The city too busy to hate” seems to have turned into the “city that will just have to wait” as residents remain under a shelter-in-place order amid the threat of furthering the coronavirus pandemic.
Browen Bell was about to celebrate his 9th birthday, but unfortunately due to California's Stay at Home order that was issued Thursday evening by Governor Gavin Newsom his birthday party had to be canceled.
A FedEx delivery driver shared a moment of human kindness by Glendale homeowners who were offering a coronavirus care package to couriers.
The savage journal entry by the 8-year-old went viral.
A 7-year-old used the money he saved up to help those in need as a way to overcome fear with acts of love.
A post on social media encouraged residents who were under isolation orders in cities across the U.S. to reach out to others with bright messages of hope etched onto sidewalks and driveways.
"Still taking time to play with grandpa," she wrote in the caption on Facebook.
With all the bad news that came with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people who work for an East Valley eatery finally have something positive to celebrate on Thursday.
A coalition of chefs and restaurateurs are working together to feed people in need as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Westchester County.
A saxophonist took to his balcony on March 18 to raise the spirits of neighbors in the Prospect Heights section of Brooklyn who have been stuck at home due to the city’s COVID-19 outbreak.
During these very uncertain times, people are still doing their part to spread a little kindness, and that kindness was recently shown to a server at a Scottsdale restaurant in a big way.