“When people are using them, they're not doing it where people can see it, and they're doing it in a place where they definitely can't die.”
Mayor Michelle Wu and senior advisor Dr. Monica Bharel will host an Instagram Live on @MayorWu to share details on yesterday's announcement regarding an updated timeline and key steps to transform the area around Mass. Ave. and Melnea Cass
Mayor Wu’s promise of halting the construction of the Long Island Bridge generates cautious optimism
The data shows that fewer people are overdosing on heroin, but ODs related to prescription opioids continue to rise.
“They tell us, they put up signs, but many don’t read them or ignore them and don’t want to listen, either. None of these people are understanding what we have in front of us."
“Everyone knows we are a mosquito on the butt of an elephant ... I’ve had cops see my shirt and get inches from my face about it.”
This interpolative remix of Indivior’s Sublocade commercial was written and produced by the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism as part of its Film Intervening Getting High Team (F.I.G.H.T.) initiative.
As Tufts was announcing last week that it plans to “remove [the] Sackler name from [its] medical school facilities and programs," on Dec 6, one city over in Cambridge, Harvard students joined community members in unveiling a pointed art installation on the topic.
Capobianco was the department’s—and the city’s—worst-kept secret, and over the course of more than a decade, numerous officers informed SPD administrators about his addiction and dealing. Yet not a single person took action to address the issue.
"It’s going from Central Square in Cambridge over the Mass Ave Bridge and then into the Boston Common. Both cities are heavily affected by drugs and alcohol, and most have a deep sense of community. Families have been torn apart, and they’ve also been brought back together."