May 27, 2012

Inmate work program save money, changes lives

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
By Casey Rackham

The Inmate Community Service Program run by the Worcester County sheriff’s office has saved Worcester County close to $2 million in the past year, but its biggest triumph might be the change it is starting to make in inmates’ lives. Read more…

May 26, 2012

Sheriff shares anti-drug message with Assabet Tech students

The Metrowest Daily News
By Brad Petrishen

Ranging from the mildly gross to the disturbingly grotesque, the images of drugged-out inmates and celebrities that flashed across the screen were hard to forget. Read more…

May 24, 2012

From behind bars, working for the community

Sentinel and Enterprise
By Katina Caraganis

Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis praised the work of inmates from the Worcester House of Corrections Tuesday for helping to revamp buildings in communities across North Central Massachusetts. Read more…

May 18, 2012

Sheriff’s visit highlights community focus

The Gardner News
By Damien Fisher

TEMPLETON — Lew Evangelidis had a typical morning Thursday, starting off by leading a presentation for Narragansett middle and high school students before heading out to a cemetery to check in on a work crew. Read more…

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