The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health estimated 20.8 million people in the US live with a substance abuse disorder.
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Some former parishioners want to save the church, and are even looking to buy it from the diocese in efforts preserve it.
As the law currently stands and was approved by voters, there must be a community-wide referendum to ban Marijuana retail stores.
The air show is scheduled for August 12 and 13 at Barnes Air National Guard Base.
The Committee on Marijuana Policy held their first public hearing Monday. 22News explains why some think the current pot tax is inadequate.
Number 7 seed South Carolina had the biggest take down, knocking off Number 2 Duke 88-81.
In a city where the demographic has changed over the decades, St. Patrick’s weekend has also become about bringing the city together.
A fire on 21 Michael Drive, located off Russelville Rd, destroyed part of a home in Westfield Saturday morning.
MassDOT is reminding drivers to clear any snow from car roofs and headlights before heading out Wednesday morning.
Plows are out and 22News has seen multiple drive by, but the snow is coming down faster than they can clear it.
Despite the snow, the Big Y in West Springfield is open, and customers are stocking-up on bread, milk, meats, and more.
At least 16 people have to find another place to stay after having their homes destroyed by the fires.
Hours after putting out a fire there, firefighters have were called back to 1186 Worcester Street in Indian Orchard.
Police say the juveniles arrested Sunday night were allegedly seen trying to light a building on fire on Hancock Street.
The fire started at 185 Hancock Street, but before fire crews could even get there it spread to the house next door.
Congressman Richard Neal of Springfield was back in his western Massachusetts district today to hold a town hall meeting in Chicopee.
Educators at the Brightwood Elementary School say that free breakfast in the classroom is having a big, positive impact for students.
The committee’s mission is to improve the relationship between the Springfield Police Department and the community.
Police Chief Rob Leighton said that last week, one resident found eight needles along Main Street, and they have been showing up elsewhere.
Sheffield Elementary School students and staff recently raised $17K in support of a classmate and One Mission Charity.