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International Overdose Awareness Month Activities in Fall River Stand Against Stigma 2022

On Saturday, August 13th, 2022, Recover Fall River will stand together with members of the community to support individuals and family members who have been impacted by addiction and overdose.

 

The event will support families who have lost loved ones and highlight the significant impact of addiction and overdose on not only the individual, but also their families and our entire community.

 


From 1-3:00pm family members, advocates and individuals who have been impacted by addiction and overdose will stand throughout the city. Family members who have previously submitted photos to Recover Fall River will be provided a poster sized enlargements of their lost loved one and citizens are encouraged to join them in support of destigmatizing addiction and overdose. Anyone is invited to join in this Stand Out in a statement of solidarity against overdose, the country’s leading cause of death for people under the age of 50. 


    Participants can pick up posters and signs outside of City Hall beginning at noon on Saturday. Participants are also welcomed to bring their own signs. Location assignments will be provided at that time. Anyone who would like to participate but has physical limitation is invited to bring a chair.
Every overdose is “Somebody’s Someone.” For more details or to get additional information, please refer to Recover Fall River on Facebook or call Recover Fall River at 508-974-4017.
 

FCC Posting

On November 30, 2021, Bristol County  Broadcasting, LTD, licensee of WSAR, 1480 kHz, Fall River, MA filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission for renewal of its broadcast station license.  Members of the public wishing to view the application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit publicfiles.fcc.gov, and search in WSAR's public file.

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