Nov 16, 2011
The Daily Holden
By Daniel Castro
“I’ve lost everything I’ve ever had for wanting to have everything,” said Vincent, who is 24 years old and one of 1200 inmates in the Worcester County Jail and House of Corrections.
Speaking to students touring the facility, Vincent sketched a portrait of the childhood that led him to a life of crime — which was not necessarily the background that usually springs to mind. Read more…
Nov 14, 2011
The Daily Westborough
WORCESTER, Mass — Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis and the Worcester Sharks Organization teamed up for the 6th Annual Worcester County Sheriff’s Food Drive this Sunday when the Sharks hosted the Providence Bruins at the DCU Center — collecting over 2,000 pounds of food for local families. Read more…
Nov 11, 2011
The Leominster Champion
LEOMINSTER – Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis recently delivered custom made wooden house numbers to seniors in Leominster.
The House Numbering Program is part of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office Senior Safety initiative TRIAD; a partnership between the Sheriff’s Office, local Police and Fire Departments, and the Council on Aging. The initiative’s goal is to both identify and address senior safety concerns. The House Numbering program is designed to help police, fire, and EMS locate a house during an emergency by providing a clearly marked, reflective number. Read more…
Nov 10, 2011
The Millbury-Sutton Chronicle
Following this week’s severe and unexpected snow storm, inmate work crews from the Worcester County House of Correction have been assigned to help Worcester County’s cities and towns with clean up. Although work crews are scheduled to work throughout the county every week, Sheriff Evangelidis has made assisting with storm relief a priority. Read more…