Season’s Greetings NewsOne fam! There have?been a lot of tough stories reported this past year and?many of them may have left you feeling a little down. To help warm your heart and put a smile on your face we have compiled a few feel-good stories to brighten your Christmas.
Two Boynton Beach police officers, Barry Ward and Terrence Paramore, made a little girl’s dream come true? for the holidays. The cops surprised her and her struggling family with not only a Christmas tree but also decorations to boot.
Yahnick Martin got a sweet reparation from the New York City Police Department after they? mistakenly slapped him with cuffs, hauled him off to jail, and had him leave his gift-filled van unattended and running on a Brooklyn street back in 2011. Now the city Law Department is reportedly forking over $50,000 to settle a federal lawsuit he filed against “New York’s finest” because the van and all of its gifts were stolen, ruining his family’s Christmas.
Christmas came early for Brandon Henderson, who interns for the Memphis Grizzlies and whose car was stolen right before Thanksgiving. Now Henderson will reportedly have a very Merry Christmas due to the generosity of NBA superstar Vince Carter and his other teammates, who opened up their wallets to spring for a new car for the young employee bringing him to tears.