Dec 3, 2011
The Daily Leicester
LEICESTER — Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis introduced the Drug Prevention Program Face2Face to the eighth-grade students at Leicester Middle School recently as part of the Sheriff’s Substance Abuse Prevention and Education Initiative for Worcester County Schools. The Face2Face System uses cutting edge technology and special computer software to simulate the shocking effects substance abuse can have on a person’s appearance over time. Students at Leicester Middle School were able to see firsthand the potential devastating impact drug use can have on their very own classmates.
Nov 25, 2011
The Sentinel & Enterprise
By Michael Hartwell
Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis was in Fitchburg Monday afternoon to kick off the 2011 Sheriff’s Annual Winter Coat Drive. Read more…
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…