Haitian Flag To Fly At Governor's ResidenceGovernor Malloy directed the flag of Haiti be flown in response to the vulgar remarks attributed to President Trump in reference to Haiti and African nations
Man Sentenced In Fake Crash SchemeA Connecticut man originally from Haiti has been sentenced for his role in a scheme to defraud insurance companies through staged car crashes.
Local Organization Continues Hurricane Relief In HaitiNearly a month after Hurricane Matthew tore through Haiti, there is still much suffering and many needs.
LISTEN ON DEMAND: Matthew's Impact On HaitiAnne D’Orvilliers of Medical Aid to Haiti talks the devastation of Matthew and its impact on people of Haiti.
Immigrant Accused In Norwich Killing Spared Deportation A Haitian immigrant who was released from prison in January after serving a sentence for attempted murder is back in custody on a murder charge in the death of a Connecticut woman last month.
State Supreme Court Says Deportation Ruling Not Retroactive
Connecticut Team To Provide Medical Aid In Haiti
Haiti Targets Tourists From Connecticut, New York, New JerseyHaiti is launching what officials say is its first TV advertising campaign aimed at encouraging Americans to vacation in the poor Caribbean country.
Pastor Named In Haiti Sexual Abuse LawsuitA suspended Jesuit priest who was once Fairfield University's chaplain is accused in a lawsuit of sexually abusing a teenager at a charity in Haiti supported by the college.
St. Francis Doctor Point Of Light Honoree
New Lawsuit Filed In Haiti Abuse CaseFairfield University and others that supported a charity designed to help feed and educate boys in Haiti are facing another lawsuit by a man alleging he was sexually abused by a founder of the school.
Settlement Reached in Sex Abuse of Haitian Boys Fairfield University and others who supported a charity designed to help feed and educate boys in Haiti have reached a settlement with children who were abused by a founder of that group.