Good News Monday



A family in Ohio bought 5,000 Subway sandwiches, and handed them out to healthcare workers. (story)


Someone in Arkansas went to a restaurant and left their entire $1,200 stimulus payment as a tip. (story)



A guy in Long Island has raised thousands of dollars for a hospital after they saved his life TWICE.  Once as a baby, and now again after a battle with COVID-19. (story)


There’s a 96-year-old World War Two vet who used to sport a mohawk to intimidate the Germans.  Now he’s doing it again to lift people’s spirits. (story)



A guy in New Jersey went to a Checkers drive-thru last week while four employees were working . . . and gave them $10,000 EACH. (story)

April water and sewer bills have been paid for every resident of Fortville, Indiana. Local businesses anonymously gave the money to make it happen. Town manager Joe Renner says the total donation was over $210-thousand. (story)



For years people wrote their names and messages on dollar bills and hung them at Hott Leggz bar in Fort Lauderdale. They took down somewhere around $10-thousand. Now the money has come down and owners are giving it to staff they had to lay off. (story)


In Spain, a taxi driver was known for taking patients to the hospital, free of charge. This day, he got a call to pickup a patient from the hospital.When he arrived, doctors and nurses surprised him with a standing ovation, plus an envelope of money.