Worcester Telegram & Gazette By Robert Z. Nemeth Campaigning for sheriff of Worcester County, Lew Evangelidis, a well-respected state representative, promised to run a safe and efficient operation, free of political patronage, dedicated to public safety and community service. Today, after nearly five months on the job, he’s on track toward keeping those promises.
The Daily Holden By Daniel Castro HOLDEN, Mass. — During his campaign for Worcester County Sheriff, one of Lew Evangelidis’ goals was to be visible in his commitment to the community both within and outside of the prison walls — and since taking office in January, the Holden native has been able to nearly double […]
The Landmark By Phyllis Booth Newly-elected Worcester county Sheriff Lew Evangelidis toured the NEADS – Dogs for Deaf & Disabled Americans – campus in Princeton last week to see the work done by officer supervised inmates as part of the community service program.
The Spencer New Leader Leicester- An inmate work crew was recently at the Leicester Council on Aging Senior Center. On a visit to the center today the Sheriff spoke with the director Rachelle Cloutier, who said: “The crew did a wonderful job and their supervisor was great with them. The work is much appreciated as […]