7-Year-Old Boy Throws Mini-Prom For His High School Babysitter When Hers Is Canceled

7-year-old Curtis Rodgers believed his babysitter deserved the best prom ever. Little kid to the rescue of babysitter Leave it to a devoted 7-year-old to show his babysitter she is the best ever. Curtis Rodgers was feeling bad for Rachel Chapman when his mom explained she wouldn’t be able to have a high school prom because of the coronavirus lockdown situation. Brilliant Curtis to the rescue. He told his mom they could throw Rachel a prom in their backyard in

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100-year-old NC Sock Company Pivots To Make Face Super Comfortable Face Masks-Available Now!

Sock company committed to saving jobs and making comfortable face masks you can wear all day-even with a full beard! There’s this sock company in High Point, North Carolina. Harriss and Covington. They’ve been making socks since 1920. American made socks and hosiery-how awesome is that? For 100 years! Then comes along the coronavirus crisis. Like businesses across the US, they had to shut down. That meant almost 300 people out of work. Two NC companies come together Dr. BJ

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Stranger Drives Dog 2,300 Miles For Reunion With Boy Recovering From Surgery

Because could there be any better medicine than a reunion with your dog? The reunion. That’s what Bob Reynolds had on his mind for 2,300 miles. It was the ride of a lifetime for this former trucker. All to bring a boy back together with his dog. The boy is Perryn Miller. He’s 8-years-old and lives in Wilmington, North Carolina. Perryn and his family were visiting with family in Utah over the holidays when the boy started complaining about bad

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Reporter Interrupts Facebook Live Report To Save Therapy Dog From Hurricane Florence Flooding

Hurricane Florence flooding presented a big challenge TV reporter Julie Wilson. She was focused on her Facebook Live streaming report in New Bern, North Carolina. Wilson was doing a very good job describing all the dangers surrounding her as the flood waters continued to rise. But when she came across a woman determined to save her daughter’s therapy dog, she immediately shifted to what was most important–saving the dog. Wilson brought visitors along sloshing through the waters as the scared

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