Brain disease may be more common among football players

Brain disease may be more common among football players

ROUTE 5 PARK ENTRANCE, BY PICKNELLY BASEBALL FIELD. NEW AT ELEVEN MATT: A SETTLEMENT IS AWAITING COURT APPROVAL FOR THE N-C-DOUBLE A STUDENT ATHLETE CONCUSSION INJURY CASE. THE LAWSUIT CLAIMS THE N-C-DOUBLE-A WAS NEGILGENT AND DIDN’T PROTECT STUDENT-ATHLETES BY ADOPTING RULES TO PREVENT CONCUSSIONS. ATHLETES, SPECIFICALLY FOOTBALL PLAYERS, WHO SUFFER MULTIPLE HITS TO THE HEAD…

Autism Speaks holds annual walk for autism awareness in Stanley Park

Autism Speaks holds annual walk for autism awareness in Stanley Park

NICK: MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS CAME TOGETHER TO RAISE AWARENESS AND MONEY FOR AUTISM TODAY. 22NEWS REPORTER SYDNEY SNOW SPOKE WITH SOME PEOPLE WHO ARE AFFECTED BY AUTISM. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE GATHERED AT STANLEY PARK IN WESTFIELD SATURDAY MORNING TO SHOW SUPPORT OF THE AUTISM COMMUNITY. AUTISM IMPAIRS A PERSON’S ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE AND INTERACT. AUTISM SPEAKS…

Springfield commemorating Autism Awareness Month

Springfield commemorating Autism Awareness Month

AT 11. JULIANA: APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH IN MASSACHUSETTS . AUTISTIC YOUNG ADULTS FROM SUNSHINE VILLAGE IN CHICOPEE DISPLAYED THE ARTWORK THAT TODAY BECAME A PERMENENT FIXTURE AT SPRINGFIELD CITY HALL. MAYOR DOMINEC SARNO DID THE HONORS SALUTING THE “LIGHT UP BLUE” FOR AUTISM PROGRAM. HE CONGRATULATED SUNSHINE VILLAGE ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY HELPING…

14th annual Autism Speaks Walk held in Stanley Park in Westfield

14th annual Autism Speaks Walk held in Stanley Park in Westfield

IN WEST SPRINGFIELD, DAVID MCKAY, 22NEWS. THOUSANDS LACED UP THEIR SNEAKERS FOR THE 14TH ANNUAL AUTISM SPEAKS WALK AT STANLEY PARK IN WESTFIELD. 22NEWS REPORTER TASHANEA WHITLOW SHOWS YOU HOW SUPPORTERS CAME TOGETHER FOR A VITAL CAUSE. NEARLY 2000 PEOPLE GATHERED FOR THE 14TH ANNUAL AUTISM SPEAKS WALK SATURDAY MORNING, TO HELP RAISE AWARENESS AND…

Autism resources provided at “Light It Up Blue” event in Chicopee

Autism resources provided at “Light It Up Blue” event in Chicopee

LUDLOW LAST NIGHT. NICK: APRIL IS WORLD AUTISM MONTH — A WAY TO HELP PROMOTE AUTISM AWARENESS. PARENTS OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN SPEND SEVERAL HOURS THIS AFTERNOON AT THE CHICOPEE MOOSE FAMILY CENTER. THEY GATHERED FOR THE “CHICOPEE LIGHT UP BLUE” CEREMONY, THE SYMBOL OF SUPPORT AND RECOGNITION TO HELP FURTHER THE AWARENESS. NICK: TWO YEARS…