Friday, 1 November 2019
There is a superhero in Pittsburgh: 29-year-old Jon Potter, a handyman by trade, who helps out anyone who asks for help no matter what they needed. So far, he has done about a thousand good deeds, but who's counting? Steve Hartman reports on what may be Potter's best gift ever.
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