Do you sometimes feel like you’re being bombarded with bad news? With 24/7 access to social media and the strifes and struggles of not only our local communities, but the world at large, it can feel like the bad in the world is overwhelming, sometimes unbearable.

Well the GOOD news is that there is still good news out there! We’ve taken the time to collect some recent feel-good news stories to share with you – and hopefully brighten your day!

Power of Words:

The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman by Doreen St. Félix

Taylor Swift’s Inspiring Global Icon Speech At The 2021 BRITs Is A Must-See by Hayden Brooks


Representation Matters: 

Marvel Reveals Dazzling LGBTQ+ Star Wars Covers for Pride Month by James Factora

Sister Makes Video for the Classmates of Her Brother with Autism Who is Starting First Grade – And it’s Adorably Helpful by Good News Network


Exciting Science:

Scientists Capture Stunning New Images of Jupiter by Adam Barnhardt

How a tiny, wobbling particle could unlock mysteries of the universe by Byrd Pinkerton and Noam Hassenfeld

New Tech Makes Perishable Food Last For Months Without a Fridge, Helping Farmers and the Planet by Andy Corbley


Inspiring Humans:

Once a Janitor at the School, Now She’s Their Beloved Teacher After Continuous Study to Earn Degree by Judy Cole

5-Year-old is a Neighborhood Hero For Drawing Colorful Messages of Hope on Her House During Lockdown by Good News Network

She Came to the US to Study With Only $300 in Her Pocket — Now She’s a NASA Director For the Mars Rover by Judy Cole


Our Animal Friends:

Muddy Bride Sacrifices Dress to Deliver Calf During Wedding Reception by Good News Network

Folks in New Jersey Are Caring For More Than 800 Baby Turtles Rescued From Storm Drains by Good News Network

79-Year-old Diver and This Fish Have Been BFFs for Nearly 30 Years After He Nursed Her Back to Health by Judy Cole


Stress Tips:

6 stress experts share the best tips they’ve learned by Amy Davidson



Blog written and researched by Communications Associate, Lauren Maley and Communications Manager, Aubrey Wiest