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Bamboo Bikes, Ghana’s Green Transport (w/ Video)

A new kind of bicycle, lightweight and sturdy, made from the abundant bamboo in the forests of Ghana is making life easier for farmers...
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With Bees Dying by the Billions, Teens Protect Pollinators

Millions of Monarchs will begin arriving in Mexico this week in an annual migration that includes thousands traveling through Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and some...
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Watch Good News TV Show Featuring ME!

The Good News Network was featured in a recent episode of a TV show that aired in 14 markets last weekend. The show is...
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Five Celebrities We Can Admire

While the mainstream media elaborates on the latest celebrity divorce or drug problem, many Hollywood stars are making our world a more positive place....
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Pastors for Peace Defy US Ban, Bring Bicycles, Friendship to Cuba

For 18 years, Pastors for Peace has led a caravan to Cuba bringing tons of humanitarian aid and friendship despite the US blockade on...
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JCPenney Shoppers Round-up $1.3 Million for Afterschool Programs

Shoppers at J. C. Penney helped provide hometown children with access to life-enriching afterschool programs by donating more than $840,000 to the most recent...
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Non-Profit Teach for America Sees Big Growth

Teach For America announced this week a record number of incoming recruits for fall placement in low-income schools across the country. 3,700 new teachers...
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EARTH ALERT ’08: Top Ten Good News for the Earth

Happy Earth Day! Here are the top ten good news stories for the environment... Since the first Earth Day in 1970, air quality has...

King’s Memphis Motel Now Marks National Civil Rights Museum

40 years ago yesterday -- one day before he was shot -- Martin Luther King, Jr. predicted, “I may not get there with you,...
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175,125 Coats for Those In Need

One Warm Coat, a non-profit organization supporting local coat drives announced that the first ever Warm Coats & Warm Hearts Coat Drive collected 175,125...
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Volvo Unveils Sixth Annual Hometown Hero Award Winners

Volvo yesterday announced the top three winning heroes in the 6th Annual Volvo for life Awards: After a tragic farm accident involving her son,...
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Waiting Rooms Turn Into Meditating Rooms

Waiting rooms across the country are transforming into MEDITATING rooms as part of one Oregon woman's national Don’t Wait—Meditate™ campaign. The goal is to...
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Top Ten Good News Stories of 2007!

Looking back and choosing the top good news stories of the year was a happy exercise and I've concluded that 2007 was a good...
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Brad Donates Millions for Eco-Housing Project in New Orleans

Brad Pitt unveiled the next phase of his mission to help the people of New Orleans rebuild their homes in the devastated ninth ward,...

Readers Head Down Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’ Again as the Book Turns 50

"Fifty years ago this week, a generation of Americans went "On the Road" and discovered Jack Kerouac's picaresque narrative of his mad travels across...

Web Sites Provide Big Savings on College Textbooks

Because the average first-year college student today spends over $900 on textbooks, Web sites have sprung up offering price-comparison tools that help save 50...
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A Dollar a Day Transforms Teen Pen Pals in U.S. and Brazil

Imagine the thrill. You're an American teen, planting your toes into the sands of Brazil for the first time. Imagine total immersion into a...
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Earn Yourself Some Halo Points

We hear it, we read it, and indeed, we often say it: “This city has the most inconsiderate drivers on the planet.” ...
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Boomers Answer Call to Service, in Legislatures and Classrooms

In the last four years, a growing number of boomers — those born between 1946 and 1964 — are showing up in the freshman class of...

Hilary Duff Collecting Canned Food Donations at Concerts

Recording artist Hilary Duff is asking fans to bring canned goods to her concerts in support of The Salvation Army and Canadian Harvest. Her...