In times like these, Utahns work together to help each other. Local businesses need that help now more than ever, and we can help. We can order food to go, purchase gift cards or other items off their websites. We’ve seen these businesses take extraordinary measures to keep Utahns safe. Now, let’s do what we can to help them through this difficult time.
Health care workers at Intermountain Medical Center got a big thank you Thursday from the Food Truck League, which has donated more than 1,400 meals to front-line workers at several hospitals around the state.
These have been lonely times for the elderly, many of whom are in nursing homes, locked away from family and friends. That's why a group of Utah musicians that usually tours those facilities, but can't because of the pandemic, hasn't stopped reaching out with a song.
If you’ve had COVID-19, and recovered, the American Red Cross wants your blood. That convalescent plasma from recovered patients is rich in antibodies that can help save lives by fighting off the virus.
Hundreds of volunteers in Weber County have been vaccinating thousands of people during the coming weeks and months. Vaccine supply could be holding them back from helping more people, faster.
A cookie competition between two dads turned into a heartwarming effort that has resulted in over 18,000 cookies being delivered to essential workers across Pennsylvania.
After a battle with COVID-19 that led to a two-day hospital stay, a woman recovered in time to celebrate her 96th birthday from home.
Christmas is now behind us, but that doesn't mean the need for help goes away. Some Davis County children are still feeling the Christmas Spirit even though Santa is back at the North Pole thanks to a "blessing tree."
After the year we've had, even Santa needed a little Christmas Eve head start. That’s why he visited LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City Thursday night instead of Friday morning.
Thousands of sterile containers that hold large amounts of the different COVID-19 vaccines are being made at a growing company in Logan.
Throughout the month of December, members of the Tooele County 411 Facebook page have been posting items, services and gift cards they want to donate, asking for nominations on who to gift them to.
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