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…
While most of us stayed indoors, under a blanket to keep warm, firefighters braved the near record cold temperatures to battle a blaze in Rome. But they received a warm up on the job thanks to a random act of kindness.
Adrianna West is a 6-year-old Utica College Pioneers Men's Hockey fan and she unfortunately was hit in the head with a puck while at a game over the weekend. Well, 18 stitches later she is recovering well and she got a special surprise!
Matthew Watkins has always been enamored with the mail; the trucks, the post office the workers. He even sits on his porch to wait for the mailman. Yesterday, the Syracuse area teen who is battling Leukemia, was welcomed home with a parade of mail trucks.
John Douglas is more than the UPS man who delivers packages in Canastota. He's a man who goes above and beyond. Whether it's greeting customers with a smile, handing out treats to the family dog or helping pitch in when needed, John is a fixture in the community. But now John is…
One random act of kindness leads to another in Rome, New York. Samanta Gotti and her boyfriend saw an elderly gentleman eating along and decided to pay for his meal. As she was taking care of the bill she noticed a table of veterans who picked up the tab for a table of active duty soldiers.
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. In the case of Iraq war vet Justin Anderson, life handed him brain cancer and an amputated leg. But that isn't stopping him. Anderson is going from serving his country to serving his community in Nebraska, plowing sidewalks with his wheelchair.