Terminally ill Springfield man helps local children in need

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – Two months ago, Springfield resident Bob Charland was given a terminal diagnosis. He has a neuro-degenerative brain disease. Instead of letting that diagnosis define him, he’s spending whatever time he has left helping others. This Easter Sunday was no different. He made more than a dozen kids’ needs his priority. Charland… Read More »

45,000? Weak. My local church dropped 100,000 Easter eggs from a helicopter.

WOOSTER — Already at Grace Church in Wooster, it appears that the eggs have taken over. In the hallways, in boxes, in plastic trash bins. Thousands and thousands of eggs — 100,000, if you’re keeping count. And on Saturday, April 8, all of those eggs, each filled with candy, will be scooped from the ground… Read More »

Boaty McBoatface sinks in South Atlantic on her maiden deployment

Boaty McBoatface has slipped beneath the icy waters of the Antarctic on her first operational deployment. Happily, the little yellow submarine resurfaced again after 30 hours following a pre-programmed route devised by scientists from the University of Southampton and the National Oceanography Centre. Lowered into the Weddell Sea from RRS James Clark Ross three days… Read More »

Cheerleaders Accused of Prostitution in Horry County

Coastal Carolina University’s cheerleading team has been suspended indefinitely pending a conduct investigation, officials said. Coastal officials refused to discuss the nature of the investigation or what specifically led the university to suspend the entire team. Coastal Public Safety Director David Roper said he was not at liberty to comment on the situation and Coastal… Read More »