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.
Members of the Massachusetts National Guard will be heading to Haiti to help continue the rebuilding effort after last year’s devastating earthquake.
A Rutland man who lost his daughter in the earthquake is due home Monday from Haiti where he helped break ground for an orphanage being built in her memory.
An aid worker from Nantucket has been freed after being held for 17 days in Haiti on kidnapping charges.
Grand Goave, Haiti, the city Britney Gengel of Rutland, Massachusetts, was planning to visit the day after she was killed in the earthquake this past January. Britney’s father, Len Gengel, has purchased land on the […]
WBZ’s Carl Stevens talks with Len Gengel, whose daughter Britney died in the Haitian earthquake, about plans to buy land in Haiti for an orphanage.
The family of a college student from Massachusetts who died in the Haiti earthquake hopes to build an orphanage on the island in her honor.
A Boston-based organization that advocates and provides health care for the poor around the world has broken ground on a new 320-bed hospital in Haiti.