A grieving Miami mother wants answers in the mysterious death of her teenage son who was found unconscious in front of home with a dog leash wrapped around his neck.
Residents who live near Miami neighborhood of Little Haiti will now be able to get fresh fruits and vegetables grown on local farms.
It was two years ago a massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti and crippled the Caribbean nation and here in South Florida, Haitians are marking the anniversary with a series of events to remember those lost and still homeless.
A mother, whose 17-year-old daughter was an innocent bystander in a drive-by shooting and is now fighting for her life, is pleading for the public’s help.
For three decades, Notre Dame D’Haiti has provided Miami’s Haitian community with spiritual guidance along with practical social services. It is a place many in the Little Haiti community have called home.
Haitians in South Florida are celebrating the inauguration of Haiti’s president Michel Martelly. Back in Haiti, a smiling Martelly, wearing the red and blue presidential sash, walked out of a white parliament building holding his wife’s right hand.
After winning Haiti’s president election with 68 percent of the vote, Michel “Sweet Mickey” Martelly made a trip to Miami to thank South Florida’s Haitian community for its support.
Soon after former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide arrived in Haiti after seven years in exile the South Florida Haitian community began celebrating.
A 70-year old law professor who wants to be Haiti’s next president is in Miami to rally support and campaign funds.
South Florida’s Haitian-American community has been following details of Haiti’s presidential runoff election very closely and now, they get to meet one of the candidates in person.