What is the cost of kindness? For a North Fort Worth cashier, it was $6.
One man’s commitment to sharing kindness turned into a lesson today that could last a lifetime for some Irving students.
All Joel Occhuizzo planned to build years ago was a little toy train to go around the tree outside his home in Richardson, but his simple idea kept growing.
A lost wallet sparked a new friendship in North Texas. When Cedar Hill High School senior Kalen Stimpson lost her wallet she never imagined getting it back or that another high school senior would be her hero.
Thanksgiving kindness played out over and over across North Texas today. People helping people was the order of the day.
Fort Worth is Cowtown, Dallas is Big D and now Burleson has a moniker of its own. The “Kindness Matters” signs are posted on virtually every corner, on every marquee, in the windows of shops and in front of homes.
Police in Prosper have been stopping some local drivers found to be heeding traffic rules, especially in school zones, and giving the drivers $10 gift cards.