Aaron Golub of Newton South High School has pinpoint accuracy when it comes to long snapping the football.
When Gonzo first went blind, his brother didn’t treat him any different. But kennel workers said Poncho later realized his brother needed help and took on the role of guide dog.
“Vision of Beauty” is a non-profit that raises money so every girl going to prom at the Perkins School for the Blind can have a dress.
Jay Blake lost his sight in an accident and came to the Carroll Center For The Blind in Newton for rehab, where they told him to “follow your dream”.
Cyclists will pedal away from the start line of the Pan-Mass Challenge Saturday morning to raise money for cancer patients and research. Chris Smith will make history on this ride as the PMC’s first legally blind cyclist.
Nine-year-old Christopher Duffley is blind and autistic and has his gift for singing has put him in front of large crowds to sing the national anthem.
Could a blind person drive a car? Researchers are trying to make that far-fetched notion a reality.