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Jul 7, 2012

Evangelidis swears in 21 new correctional officers

The Southbridge Evening News

Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis welcomed twenty-one new officers – including one from Charlton and two from Auburn – to the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office during a graduation ceremony held this morning at Worcester Technical High School. Read more…

Jul 5, 2012

Inmate work crews do repairs to Princeton Municipal Light Department

Telegram Towns
By Melissa McKeon

Princeton Municipal Light Department Manager Brian Allen estimates it might have cost him up to $16,000 for the work being done on the department’s building, but for some unlikely knights on white horses. Read more…

Jul 5, 2012

Sheriff Touts Inmate Community Service Program At Algonquin

The Southborough Daily Voice
By Bret Matthew

When cash-strapped communities are faced with costly building maintenance, sometimes they have no choice but to delay the work, to the detriment of local infrastructure. Read more…

Jul 3, 2012

Historical Museum Gets Painted

The Barre Gazette

Responding to a request from the town of Oakham, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis recently provided free inmate labor through the Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program to the Oakham Historical Association for some much needed priming and exterior painting of its historical museum that dates back to the 1700’s and also served as the town’s first Post Office. Read more…

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