Focus On South Florida: Project St. AnneProject St. Anne was founded in 2008 by a small group of women passionate about giving back to their community, Camp-Herrin, which is just south of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Bill Clinton On Hand For Opening Of New Marriott In Port au PrinceHaiti has celebrated a new step forward in their efforts to rebuild after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
JetBlue Announces Additional Flights To Cuba And HaitiJust weeks after travel restrictions to Cuba were eased, JetBlue Airways has announced more flights to Cuba.
Haitian Amputees Share Inspiring Story At VaticanThree men who lost a leg in Haiti's 2010 earthquake are set to share their inspiring stories in the Vatican.
Pilot Makes Emergency Landing In Haitian Banana FieldThe pilot of a small plane which took off from an airpark in Broward was forced to make an emergency landing in field of bananas in Haiti after the it developed mechanical problems.
Sean Penn Sponsors Five Haitians For NYC MarathonSean Penn is ecstatic that his relief organization will sponsor runners from Haiti to participate in the New York City Marathon next month.
Airline Adds Two New Routes To Haiti's Capital As part of JetBlue's Caribbean expansion, the airline will soon fly to Haiti's capital from Fort Lauderdale.
Man Accused Of Abusing Haitian Kids Stands Trial A Michigan man, accused of abusing children at a group home in Haiti, is standing trial in Miami federal court.
Blind Survivor Of Haiti Quake Gives Violin Performance At JMHSaturday, January 12th marks three years since the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti, ending the lives of 300,000 people. One survivor of the horror in Haiti wanted to mark the grim anniversary Thursday by doing something special for the people he credits for saving his life.
State Dept. Upgrades Travel Warning To HaitiTravelers to Haiti are being warned about robberies and lawlessness in the island nation.
Haiti's President Touts Progress To Lure InvestorsHoping to reel in potential investors, Haitian President told a gathering in North Miami Beach Monday evening that his country is building homes, creating jobs and putting kids in school three years after a catastrophic earthquake.
Activist Who Gave Name "Little Haiti" Its Name Passes AwayA man who spent decades as an activist in Miami’s Haitian community died late Monday. He was 87.