A state-sponsored employer of blind and low-vision people says it has laid off 13 workers in Cumberland.
A massive plant with sap that burns like acid. It’s not the latest Hollywood monster. It’s real.
Singer Art Garfunkel and two others are offering a $2 million prize to the person or group that does the most to end blindness over the next eight years.
A man who was high on PCP when he crashed his truck traveling into a car stopped at a red light has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Bob Harris’ grease-stained hands turned the bolts inside a light blue 1997 Mercury Sable. He wiped the sweat trickling down his face on his dirtied white T-shirt and carefully placed his tools on a wooden table.
It’s something most of us take for granted: our eyesight. But imagine losing it and then trying to navigate in this world.
A complaint filed Tuesday with the federal government accuses New York University and Northwestern University of discriminating against blind students by adopting Google e-mail and other programs that aren’t fully compatible with technology that translates written words into speech.
Don and Marty talked to Mark Anthony Riccobono about new cars being equipped for blind people to drive. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from the Kamryn Lambert Foundation.