Shop Local this Holiday Season!

Here are some benefits to shopping local… Personalized Service: A small business owner will go that extra mile to give you excellent service. Locally owned businesses are owned by our friends, family and neighbors, they care about our community’s well-being. One-of-a-Kind Products: Small-locally owned businesses carry more unique products and one-of-a kind items you couldn’t […]

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Today’s Good News: Music Teacher With Dementia Creates Masterpiece

It’s AMAZING what the mind can do… A man wanted to cheer up his dad, a former music teacher with dementia.  And getting him to play the piano usually helps.  So he asked for an old party trick the dad used to do.  If you give him four notes, he’ll improvise a song around them. The […]

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Today’s Good News: 70-Year-Old Veteran Saves Neighbors From Burning Home

  An Illinois man became a hero by saving his neighbors when their house was on fire. Marshall Helm was able to get in and yell to alert his sleeping neighbors to the early morning blaze. They now call the 70-year-old veteran their “angel.” A Michigan man won a million dollar lottery prize not once, but twice, after accidentally […]

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Today’s Good News: Dad’s Silly Pet Portraits = Money For Homeless

  A British man has raised thousands for the homeless with his unconventional drawings of people’s pets. Phil Heckles started by trying to help his six-year-old son make a thank you card and shared a drawing he did of the dog as a joke on Facebook. Requests for pet portraits started rolling in and for those who insist […]

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Today’s Good News: 5th Grader Buys Toys For Kids In The Hospital

  A fifth-grader in Texas named Orion Jean has been working hard to help people out this year.  He won $500 in a contest run by ThinkKindness.org, and used it to buy toys for kids in the hospital.  Now he’s doing a food drive, and wants to give 100,000 free lunches away by Thanksgiving. A food […]

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