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Employees at one Volusia County business are helping people through one of the hardest parts of their lives while making a difference in the community.
It’s been now five months since the performing arts and live entertainment industry halted productions across Orlando, the City Beautiful.
It was a day to suit-up for some who are going through a rough time.
A Central Florida community dedicated to caring for persons living with Alzheimer’s disease received a donation to help stimulate those suffering from the disease.
The effects of the pandemic continue to impact small business owners many are struggling to keep the lights on.
Pastor speaks about the servants' hearts his congregation has and their work for the community during the coronavirus crisis
A Central Florida teacher just launched her first children’s book geared toward helping kids understand the realities of going back to school during the COVID-19 pandemic...
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, businesses and non-profit organizations have had to shift their operating strategies to online platforms.
The idea of staying 6 feet away from each other, has been a difficult reality for everyone, especially for small children who are struggling with those emotions of fear a...
An Oviedo resident is celebrated.
A Brevard County roofing company is doing its part to help Central Florida families who are still struggling to get food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Big Fin Seafood Kitchen surprised its employees with a cash bonus upon returning to work.
NASCAR is doing its part by saluting heroes during this Sunday's race in Charlotte.
For the past two months, this Windermere High School teacher has single-handedly help keep those projects alive, including a hydroponic farm involving mangroves.
Kids and dads got free haircuts on Wednesday at J. Henry's Barbershop in downtown Orlando.
On Tuesday night, the Seminole County School Board approved an emergency purchase order for paper bags, worth more than $55,000, to help feed children stuck at home.
One hundred and eighty-two families signed up to pick up free diapers Tuesday at the Holden Heights Community Center in Orlando.
The viewer told News 6 he hopes his gesture will inspire other community members to do the same thing.
Call it lawn care with love. A way of saying "thanks."
At just 15 years old, Serenity Gary is already in her 10th year of helping her community.
News 6 viewers pitch in to help a single Florida mom struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic.
Each Wednesday in May, Chateau Madeleine Senior Living and Memory Care, 205 Hardoon Lane, Suntree, will offer free takeout lunch to Brevard residents who have lost their ...
The last PGA Tour event to be completed was the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando in early March.