A town is working together to raise money for a neighborhood park. In Moorestown, New Jersey, hundreds of residents are rolling up their sleeves to help.
Helping teens get in shape without joining a sport — that’s the mission of a teacher who knows why a healthy body is so important.
Some men think they’ve found a way to reach kids who might otherwise be lost. It starts in a barber shop, where boys see men like Twayne Bush as role models and friends to talk to for advice.
A single mom was thrown out of her apartment because of her child. Robin Link decided to fight back and won thousands of dollars from her landlord.
What started as a jam session has turned into an international music project and an effort to raise funds for families who need it.
A man who says he’s been to hell and back is trying to keep kids from traveling the same path. Philadelphia Daily News columnist Solomon Jones knows what it means to have everything and lose it all. He says that’s what happened to him.
When it comes to an illness, sometimes there is no cure, but that doesn’t mean money can’t help with treatment.
A national company holding meetings in Philadelphia decided to wrap up their visit by giving back to the community. In less than two hours, they raised and gave away thousands of dollars.
The Buss sisters of Moorestown are a perfect example of how you can take a neat idea and use it to help others. Maybe you’ve even seen their magnet.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Two sisters are tackling education even though they live on opposite sides of the world. They’re nurturing minds in Africa. Their motto: Educate a girl, and you educate a village. Welcome to […]
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) – A Norristown woman thought her dream of being a teacher was gone. Instead, she got a chance to fulfill her dream and help people in the process. Carole Zappala left behind […]
City Tavern’s Chef Walter Staib, who is also Deborah Heart and Lung’s Chef Ambassador, stops by to share some of his blood sugar-friendly recipes with Dave Huddleston. Click here to view this week’s recipes… Watch […]
A community has come together to help heroes who served our country. It’s all happening in Coatesville.
At this time of year, many places set up model train displays to celebrate the season. But the train we’re about to show you has a story of giving. The man behind it is Dave Adcock.
For two decades, a group of Delaware Valley musicians has raised thousands for needy children. Some of the area’s best musicians will hold a free concert this December help those who need help the most — children.