A dog named Rocky may end up losing his eyesight, after a neighbor allegedly threw ammonia in his face in the Heartland Village section of Staten Island.
A Cooper Union art student has proven that no obstacle is too great to overcome.
The flight was about to take off from Philadelphia heading to Long Island’s MacArthur Airport when Albert Rizzi said he was confronted by a flight attendant because his guide dog wouldn’t stay under his seat.
Since the Great Depression, newsstands in the lobbies of public buildings and courthouses have been operated by the blind and the stands were designed with that in mind. But the new one in the lobby of the Criminal Court Building on Schermerhorn Street didn’t pass muster.
Some Upper East Side residents on Monday complained about plans to increase the number of audible crosswalk signals for the blind, calling the signals “noise pollution.”
Did you know that the world’s oldest existing guide dog school is in Morristown, New Jersey? Well, it is.
Andrea Gardner has written a book called “The Power of Words” and she also put out a video on YouTube that has over 14.5 million hits to date.
2 Middle School Bullies Charged, Released In Case Of Anti-Gay Assault That Left Victim Blind In One Eye
Two teenage boys were charged Friday with assault as a hate crime, following a June 5th bullying incident that left their victim blind in one eye.
Little Andy Fass of Hamilton has a form of albinism that has left him legally blind. But a chance encounter in April gave Andy a chance to see himself in a new light.
Some New York City taxis are getting technology to help visually impaired riders make sure they’re not being taken for a ride.
There was a spirited send off for a 24-hour bike relay across the five boroughs of New York City where half the riders are visually impaired.
The system combines sounds, voice, and tactile sensation and was unveiled Wednesday by Transportation Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan.
“Dialog in the Dark” at the South Street Seaport gives you an idea of what it would be like as a blind person in New York City.
For a moment, close your eyes and enter the world of someone who is blind.
Gregory Richardson, 21, lowered the back of the wheelchair the patient was in and started bouncing it around saying it was “like a roller coaster ride,” Nassau County police Lt. Kevin Smith said.