Jan 6, 2012
SUTTON — Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis recently was a “very special mystery reader” at Sutton Elementary School. Sheriff Evangelidis spent the morning with Mrs. Whittier’s and Mrs. King’s second-grade class as well as Mrs. Junilla’s fifth-grade class to discuss his role in the community as Worcester County sheriff and to read “Diamond Jim Dandy and the Sheriff.” Students received special junior sheriff badges.
Jan 6, 2012
WorcesterTelegram & Gazette
SUTTON — Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis recently presented the drug-prevention program Face2Face to seventh- and eighth-graders at Sutton Middle School. Read more…
Jan 3, 2012
The Sentinel and Enterprise
By Alana Melanson
FITCHBURG — It’s the DM in cough syrups and the “cough” or “tuss” portion of most other over-the counter-cold treatments.
Most people have taken dextromethorphan, a cough suppressant, sometimes abbreviated as DXM, at some point in their lives, usually to lessen the symptoms of the common cold.
Some, however, purposefully disregard the recommended dosage guidelines of this antitussive in order to achieve euphoric effects.
Dec 23, 2011
29 MAKE HISTORY AS FIRST CLASS TO MEET NEW HIRING STANDARDS
WORCESTER — Bad hours. Low pay. Work on Christmas.
Welcome to the team.
Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis and U.S. Sen. Scott P. Brown, R-Mass., welcomed and congratulated a group of the newest correction officers yesterday at their graduation at the Worcester Technical High School. The 26 men and three women, “The Mighty 36th,” made history yesterday as the first class of correction officers in 36 sessions to meet the department’s new hiring standards in a rigorous 12-week training program.