CURWENSVILLE – Children with physical challenges will benefit from a recent grant received by the Curwensville PTC. A $5,000 grant presented by the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation will be used to help purchase inclusive playground equipment at Curwensville Elementary School. A statement provided by Curwensville PTC... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- In recent years, tinted sunscreens have been rising in popularity, in large part because of their ability to better match a person's skin tone without leaving a visible white film on the skin. Responding to customer demand, large skin care brands have... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Caitlyn Jenner, a candidate in California's recent gubernatorial recall election, said Tuesday on "The View" that she would run for office again, advocating for greater inclusivity among "old school" Republicans who are hurting the party. This month's attempted recall of California Gov.... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- When Gabby Rodriguez was in high school in Texas, she said the only sexual education she received was about abstinence and referred to sex between a male and a female only. Four years later, as a senior in college, Rodriguez identifies as... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- While the desire for barely-there everyday makeup continues to trend, the options for people of color are few and far between. However, that may finally be changing, as evidenced by the release of Ami Colé, a newly launched line of "better-for-you" makeup... Read More.
By JACQUELINE LAUREAN YATES, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Adidas and Peloton have officially aligned to create an inspiring apparel collection.It was announced on Thursday that both companies would be joining forces to release activewear rooted in shared values centered around... Read More.
By KELLY MCCARTHY, GMA(NEW YORK) -- The plastic spud formerly known as Mr. Potato Head is going gender-neutral in a reintroduction.Hasbro announced Thursday that the company is officially dropping the "Mr." from the Mr. Potato Head brand name,... Read More.
Brockway, PA - Around 50 residents of the Brockway area gathered to celebrate diversity Friday night. The event was primarily organized by Jackie and Jo Stoneberg, getting support from local families and Project Love. The event organizers got support from Brockway Mayor Bill Hrinya, the... Read More.