Prisoners help cleanup Clinton

The Clinton Item Responding to a request from Department of Public Works Superintendent Christopher McGown, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis recently provided free inmate labor through the Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program to the town for spring clean up at its parks, downtown area and historic Woodlawn Cemetery.

Sheriff hammers home drugs and alcohol message

The Holden Landmark By Patricia Roy As 500 members of the freshman class filed into the auditorium at Wachusett Regional High School, a stark film played out on screen. It showed a young man sitting on the edge of rigid bed in an eight-by-tan foot cell, tossing an orange from hand to hand.

Brown argues for Secure Communities in state

Worcester Telegram & Gazette By Lee Hammel Photo By Tom Rettig WEST BOYLSTON — U.S. Sen. Scott Brown said yesterday that if there were more leadership in Massachusetts, the state might already have the federal Secure Communities program or it might get it sooner.

Sheriff Brings Face2Face Program To Mountview

The Daily Holden HOLDEN, Mass. — Following up his visit to Wachusett Regional High School last week, Sheriff Lew Evangelidis brought the Face2Face Program to Mountview Middle School as well on Thursday, giving the younger students an early opportunity to see firsthand the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse.