West Chester high school student was an eyewitness to the terror in Norway. Sixteen-year old Isaiah Sheppard was in Oslo — just “half a block” from the explosion.
A cancer survivor gives back through her foundation, helping others cover their medical bills in this edition of Brotherly Love.
Once a year, on a lazy afternoon on the Delaware River, hundreds of people go tubing with dozens of their friends and families. But, there’s more to it says Rick Oniskey, Public Relations Director for the JAG Fund.
Dave Huddleston followed a successful Delaware County real estate developer to West Africa, where he is building a better way of life for people in remote villages.
For American soldiers in war zones, sending a greeting card home is not always easy. Thousands of volunteers, including in our area, are helping troops get those notes back to the United States.
When a popular hair stylist died of cancer last year, her family and friends decided to raise money for her favorite cause: helping kids with cancer.
We’ve introduced you before to Max Levine, the Cherry Hill teenager who battled neuroblastoma, a rare form of cancer. It’s the same form of cancer that claimed the life of Alex Scott. Now we want to introduce you to Max’s good friend, Matt Schechter.
Fran Naselli has three dogs, Chase, Brownie, and Penny. He says, they’re great except for one thing — their barking. Especially when someone comes to the door. Fran says, “the dogs go crazy.”
Shelly Heagen of Barrington, New Jersey doesn’t move as quickly as she used to. She has multiple sclerosis. Now she has a cane that has four tips for stability, thanks to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America.
An 8-year-old went the extra mile to raise money for a sick friend and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Who says kids can’t be at the forefront of medical research? Maybe they’re not the people in the lab coats, but some are using technology to help nonetheless. A 14-year-old from Dresher has a condition that threatens her life, but she wants to be a link to the solution one song at a time.
A Delaware County family lost their child, but they found a way to honor his memory and help others at the same time.
To many adults who grew up with school libraries, it’s inconceivable that some kids today don’t have them. One woman has made it a mission to give kids the experiences she had.
A club at a Bucks County community center makes it a mission to spread warmth, literally.
Former New Jersey State Senator and U.S. Representative John Adler has died at 51.