“I’m just trying to do some type of kindness. Spread the love in light of COVID-19,” he said.
Morning by Morning Coffee Shop is pouring a little extra love for those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Facebook group offers yoga, meditation and spiritual care groups for female veterans in Georgia.
Jeffersonville Elementary School counselor Jarvis Wilcher checks on his students' needs while they're at home.
Students and professors are collaborating to use 3D printing and laser-cutting technology to create new prototypes.
With school out until April 24, students decided to drive by just to say hello.
After two weeks of not being in class, teachers in Pulaski County found a way to still see their students and keep a safe distance.
Recently, the facility posted videos of their residents singing 'He's Got the Whole World.' It's a challenge Tyler Perry started to spread light during COVID-19.
Local photographers are bringing smiles to people's faces, as they take photos of families on their front porches and lawns from the road.
Although "The Pinkest Party on Earth" won't come in the form of a 10-day festival, Cherry Street still got to see a splash of pink.
Kids must be present to receive a meal, and food will be served through the drive-thru window.
Instead of exchanging hugs, the family wished the 80-year-old a happy birthday from the sidewalk while he and his wife stood at their front door.
When Perry Family Practice was in need of gowns, Delise Knight and her team stepped up and made over 200 for them.
The peach blossom trees off Highway 96 are in full bloom.
The company donated N95 masks, gloves, and suits. They regularly use the gear for their safety program.
The cheeky note on the roll of toilet paper says, ‘We hope your day isn’t too crappy! We know being out is a risk and we appreciate you!’
Melonie Finch rotates through different parts of Macon-Bibb to hand out the meals.
With hundreds of students out of school in Laurens County, the Snack Boxx started giving out a special free treat.
While schools are closed because of COVID-19, staff members recorded videos of them reading their favorite children's books out loud for students to watch at home.
After postponing her wedding and donating her flowers to the elderly, Keali Lay was still able to hold an intimate gathering with family and friends Saturday.
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