On A Positive Note: Music Therapy Program Helping People Deal With Mental Health ChallengesA new music therapy program is making a difference in Pittsburgh.
On A Positive Note: 89-Year-Old Greenfield Woman Has Sewn 1,600 Masks To Hand Out In CommunityAn 89-year-old woman and her three daughters are on a mission to make sure everyone wears a mask.
On A Positive Note: Local Teenagers Sell Homemade Lip Balm To Help People With Cancer Madilyn McClain and Rachael Lucas are two teens with a compassionate connection.
On A Positive Note: Volunteers In Turtle Creek Turn Overgrown Baseball Field Into Community GardenA local community turned an overgrown baseball field into a thriving community garden.
On A Positive Note: Driveway Chalk Art Helping Bring Neighbors Together In South FayetteBoxes of chalk are bringing neighbors together in South Fayette.
11-Year-Old Boy In Washington Co. Helping Others After Losing Mother To AddictionThe owner of a hair salon and her grandson are going above and beyond in many ways.
On A Positive Note: Yinzer Chocolate Bars A Thank You To Frontline Workers, Fundraiser For Emergency Medicine ResearchYinzer Greetings, founded by comedian Jim Krenn, radio personality Larry Richert, and cartoonist Rob Rogers is donating sales of the new “Thank You Yinzer Bars” to the Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation.
On A Positive Note: Aspiring Eagle Scout's Fundraising Campaign Fills 300 Backpacks For Children In Foster CareAt a warehouse on West Liberty Avenue in Pittsburgh, KDKA’s Kym Gable caught up with a group of young volunteers on a mission.
On A Positive Note: Mothers Using Cabbage Patch Kids Dolls To Give Hope To Grieving ChildrenTwo mothers have bonded over an idea to give hope and comfort to sick and grieving children by using Cabbage Patch Kids dolls.
On A Positive Note: Young Man Organizes Clean Up Crew To Beautify CommunityTyresse Tibbs is one of those ambitious young people who just gets things done.
On A Positive Note: Pittsburgh Volunteers Organize Food Distribution Program Aimed At ChildrenLocal volunteers are helping families get the food they need during the coronavirus pandemic.