As a local news organization, Patch covers stories of all kinds, from heartbreaking tragedies to nitty-gritty breakdowns of government and school district issues. But some stories are simply inspiring, often showing that at the heart of our communities is a desire to do good. Here are some of the touching headlines from the past seven days.
Moishe House recognized its Park Slope location as house of the month for July thanks to programs throughout the month.
Friday marked the seventh anniversary of Joyce Bakeshop on Vanderbilt Avenue in Prospect Heights. Apparently, the seventh anniversary is the cupcake anniversary.
Mumford & Sons fans who purchased tickets for Wednesday’s concert but were not able to get into the Forest Hills Tennis Stadium will be able to request a refund
The Doug-Bay Manor Civic Association has helped to clean up and reopen an overgrown path in Douglaston that now leads to a scenic view of Little Neck Bay.
Civic president Tom Pinto said the trail, located at the corner of 233rd Street and 39th Avenue, had previously been overgrown and filled with litter.