Ashley Johnson, Action News on 6abc

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Action News on 6abc

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Past articles by Ashley:

Baking Memories 4 Kids sends New Jersey family to Disney

Non-profit Baking Memories 4 Kids surprised Sebastian Foster with an all-expense-paid trip to Disney World. → Read More

Philadelphia Christmas spectacle 'Carols In Color' celebrates 30th anniversary

The Christmas spectacle 'Carols In Color' tells the story of the miraculous birth of Jesus through song and dance in Philadelphia. → Read More

The American Christmas Flag aims to bring families together this holiday season

Creators Stewart DeHart and Jack Brangan started The American Christmas Flag patriotic holiday to highlight America's history. → Read More

Cramer Hill Waterfront Park dedication gives Camden much needed facelift

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy joined officials in Camden on Tuesday for the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Cramer Hill Waterfront Park. → Read More

Philadelphia first 'Nutcracker Dipped in Chocolate' prepares for grand debut

Chanel Holland's vision is now flourishing. She can't wait to debut her unique take on the Christmas classic. → Read More

76ers' Tyrese Maxey surprises students who overcame adversity with gift cards

Philadelphia 76ers point guard Tyrese Maxey surprised several high schoolers on Black Friday morning at the YSI Crittenton Family Support Center. → Read More

Longtime balloon handlers excited for this year's 6abc Dunkin' Thanksgiving Day Parade

Action News spoke with proud balloon handlers David Washington and Joseph Ryan who are excited for the 6abc Dunkin' Thanksgiving Day Parade. → Read More

Philadelphia veteran gifted new car by Progressive; breaks down in tears

Former U.S. Army Private First Class Howard Lindy broke down in tears after receiving a donated car from Progressive. → Read More

6abc kicks off grand opening of ice rink at Dilworth Park

6abc anchor Sarah Bloomquist emceed the official ribbon-cutting ceremony of The Rothman Orthopedics Ice Rink at Dilworth Park. → Read More

Plastic straws only allowed by request under new law in New Jersey

New Jersey is taking another step to reduce plastic pollution. → Read More

Philadelphia dance studio helps girls cope with ongoing gun violence

The Legends House dance group in West Philadelphia focuses on helping people heal from trauma and gun violence. → Read More

Philadelphia toddler with rare genetic disease proves to be walking miracle

Amber-Joi Watkins' daughter, Céline Domalsk, continues to defy the odds and is literally a walking miracle. → Read More

Temple University senior raises money for charity through eyebrow business

Kunti Patel created "Brows By Kunti" her freshman year, in which she threads eyebrows on campus for a student discount. → Read More

Cherry Hill School District makes African American History mandatory; students enjoying the course

Last spring, the Cherry Hill School District made African American History a mandatory course. → Read More

ACCT Philly sees spike in surrendered pets due to eviction moratoriums, vet fees

ACCT Philly is packed with so many precious pets, especially pups. But the reasons aren't because of people adopting pets during the pandemic. → Read More

Phoenixville School District installs cameras to catch drivers who ignore school bus stop signs

The new safety initiative in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, will fine drivers who don't heed to flashing stop signs. → Read More

200-year-old farm being revitalized by volunteers in Mount Laurel, New Jersey

Volunteers are carving out time to restore PAWS Farm of Mount Laurel that dates back to the 1700s. → Read More

Long-lost letters dating back to WWI discovered in Chester County, Pa.

Letters dating back more than 100 years are now considered a treasure for one history buff in Chester County. → Read More

South Jersey elementary student uses lemonade stand to raise money for Ida victims

Peyton Schofield from Turnersville started a lemonade stand to help her neighbors impacted by the remnants of Ida. → Read More

Philadelphia mom who lost son to gun violence opens candy shop in his honor

While she can't bring her son back, the owner said she lives for the smiles at her candy shop. → Read More