On Friday, a long time Hermantown teacher was honored with a drive-by retirement party.
The City of Duluth's Emergency Management Team received a generous donation of Personal Protective Gear from Carlson Orthodontics Wednesday.
This year, the Duluth Harbor Mission provided their fifth annual Easter dinner. Rather than dine in person, people were supplied with bags to go.
First responders surprised residents of the Harbor Highlands neighborhood with a parade Sunday afternoon.
A Northland man created a talking dog named Friendly Willie to liven up the lives of walkers and passerbys.
An Esko family spent the day Sunday cleaning up their neighborhood.
An eight-year-old reigned in his birthday Saturday with a surprise drive-by parade outside his home.
In an effort to bring Easter cheer to all, a Northland family hosted a Social Distance Easter Bunny drive-by.
On Friday, Lake Superior College donated a truckload of personal protective equipment to the city of Duluth's Emergency Management team.
A 3rd grader from Cloquet has written a song about the coronavirus, to help other kids who might be feeling scared.