An Everett woman killed in her homeland of Haiti is being remembered as a passionate mother and beloved health care worker.
9/21/13 Happy Faces is a foundation that was created in Boston with the goal of helping children with limited resources in Latin America and the Caribbean. Last year, they were able to bring smiles to […]
Clark University says three people connected with the school have been killed in a car crash in Haiti.
They dated for 62 years and now Atelia Michel and Elius Jacques are finally husband and wife.
An American family who lost their daughter in a massive earthquake in Haiti three years ago has finished building an orphanage in her memory.
Massachusetts General Hospital announced one of the first New Year’s babies Tuesday morning.
A huge effort that includes about 1,000 volunteers from New England is about to make a big difference when it comes to medical care in Haiti.
Two Americans jailed for allegedly driving a group of would-be soldiers during a protest demanding the restoration of Haiti’s army face up to three years in prison if convicted on conspiracy charges, a prosecutor said Monday.
Massachusetts officials and members of the state’s Haitian-American community are coming together at the Statehouse to remember the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti more than two years ago.
A thief took $150 dollars from St. Joseph’s Church in Belmont. The money was supposed to go to families in Haiti.