Jaida Marie Fancher was born January 27th, 2016 at Rome hospital. As soon as she was born, she was rushed to Syracuse. Mom and Dad had no time to really spend with her. She was diagnosed with Pierre Robin Sequence and Cleft palate. Her family is in need of serious help financially with Baby Jaida battling this medical condition.
Legend has it that at the end of every rainbow is a magical pot of gold. The only problem nobody really knows how to actually arrive at the end of the rainbow. The one and only creature that has the knowledge to get that gold is a leprechaun. A 1st grade class in Camden realized if you catch the leprechaun, you get to the gold. So, they decided to set traps.
Greyson is the little boy from Rome who has touched the hearts of many Central New Yorkers. He is the child with a rare condition known as HLH and through many generous donations he has been able to seek treatment at an Ohio Children's Hospital. As Greyson approaches his second birthday his mom has one more simple request.
Lexi Brown is a 12-year-old girl who is battling a sarcoma, which is a cancer that has spread to her lungs. During her time at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA in California she made friends with an unlikely group. From her room she could see the fraternity house of UCLA's Sigma Alpha Epsilon. After one pizza delivery, the guys were hooked and Lexi had a new support group.
Gianna Schmidt is an 8-year-old girl from Utica. Each and every year she spends her time collecting bottles and cans and asking people for donations to make sure other children have a good Christmas. This is her third year raising money and former Marine Corps. Sergeant Mike Mills almost fell out of his chair when she handed him this year's donation.
The Fiddle de Divas are a group of three young ladies who are students in the Camden Central School District. They recently received a very prestigious award for their music from New York State. They were this year's recipients of The New York State Country Music Horizon Award.
Little kids are terrible liars, but it's okay because it's pretty cute when they try to. This little guy just couldn't resist the cupcakes with the blue frosting. When his dad asked him about his eating the tasty treat, he insisted it wasn't him. Looks like he was caught blue handed!
Tommy Morrissey is a 4-year-old boy who is not letting his disability get in the way of what he is passionate about. He loves golf so he learned how to play. As you can see from this video he is better with one arm than the majority of people are with two. His story is truly inspiring.
Everyone is scared of something. At a young age, kids are still exploring the world and making discoveries. At some point they must encounter things they are afraid of. For this little girl, it's her shadow.
Thursday, August 13th, 2015 was one of the best days of my life. This was the day I became an uncle for the very first time. My sister Jamie gave birth to her first child, a little baby boy, at 11:01 a.m.
There is nothing better than when a school community comes together to help support one of their own. In this case, it was the famous PS22 Chorus. Each year the Chorus leader sings a song with the group after the final rehearsal and this year, they decided to include Mrs. Adriana Lopez who had inspired them with her fight against cancer.
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