Month: April 2010

An 8-Year-Old Takes The Wheel And Saves The Day!

Today, April 27, 2010, is Tell A Story Day. That’s why we’re sharing the true account of an 8-year-old boy whose quick thinking and bravery saved his grandmother’s life … and his own. Young Dillon Earl was riding in his grandmother’s truck early one Sunday morning. The pair were on their way to church when Read More…

Thank You For Reminding Us … Again

Everyone has a story. We love to hear from people who found and reunited with long-lost friends and family through our website, PeopleFinders.com. A few months back, we took a moment to thank some of these great people for sharing their stories with us. As it turns out, we have a lot to be thankful Read More…

What Would You Do With $10?

Like so many other Americans, Reed Sandridge recently found himself unemployed. He was laid off from his position at a non-profit company in Washington D.C. Sandridge did all the things people usually do when they unexpectedly find themselves out of work. He filed for unemployment, updated his resume and started searching for a new job. Read More…

The Sex Offender Who Worked As An Ice Cream Man

It’s a situation that never should have been able to happen. For the last few weeks, 62-year-old John Alderson has been driving an ice cream truck in Roseville, California. Trouble is Alderson is not legally allowed to work in a position that puts him in unsupervised contact with children. He is a registered sex offender. Read More…

Are Rules For Sex Offenders Strong Enough?

We’ve all heard the recent stories about sexual offenders who commit new crimes after spending time in prison. These unsettling reports create an uproar from citizens who are increasingly concerned for their own safety. The public may soon demand a re-examination of laws that are supposed to protect society from violent sexual offenders. In 2000, Read More…

April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Many adults might not spend much time thinking about child abuse. The very idea seems absurd to most people. How could an adult intentionally harm a child? Tragically, the truth is many children are abused physically, emotionally and sexually. It’s a tough topic, but one that needs to be addressed. That’s why April is designated Read More…

Feeding The Poor: The Story Of Narayanan Krishnan

His name is Narayanan Krishnan. In 2002 he was on the fast track to becoming a highly-paid chef, but chose to give it all up for a life of hard work without pay. Years of training and an expensive education helped Krishnan land a job at a five-star hotel, and he was one of a Read More…