HATHORNE — Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School Principal Shannon Donnelly would like to invite community members to attend a free showing of “If They Had Known” — a documentary addressing the dangers of substance abuse — tomorrow night.
HAVERHILL — As part of Whittier’s ongoing efforts to curb drug and alcohol abuse, students attended a special Above the Influence presentation to last week to hear from people directly affected by substance abuse.
Bedford Police working with the ABCC, will be conducting alcohol compliance checks at local establishments that are licensed to sell alcohol.
Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that the high school group, Students Advocating Life without Substance Abuse (SALSA), recently spoke to several Avon elementary school students about saying no to drugs and alcohol.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher D. Delmonte reports that the Bridgewater Police Department has charged a man after he crashed his motor vehicle into a home early Sunday morning.
Avon Public Schools has seen a 29 percent drop in alcohol and drug use among its students in less than a decade.
Hull Police arrested a man for allegedly damaging vehicles parked in his neighbor’s driveway in an alcohol-infused fit of rage.
*Media Advisory* Pentucket Safety and Public Service Academy in Conjunction with Groveland, West Newbury and Merrimac Officials to Conduct Mock Fatal Car Crash for Students
WEST NEWBURY — As prom and graduation approaches, Pentucket Regional High School’s Safety & Public Service Academy, along with the Groveland, West Newbury and Merrimac Fire and Police Departments, will be conducting a simulated fatal motor vehicle crash for the junior and senior class to demonstrate the negative effects of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
GEORGETOWN — Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore announces that the Georgetown Police Department is hosting “Keeping Our Kids Safe: A Social Host Liability” workshop to explain what residents need to know about Massachusetts law, social host liability and supplying alcohol to minors.
Gloucester Police Arrest Maine Man for 7th OUI Offense after He Strikes Pedestrian Walking in Crosswalk
GLOUCESTER — Interim Chief John McCarthy reports that the Gloucester Police Department arrested a man for his seventh drunk driving offense after he allegedly drove under the influence and struck a pedestrian who was walking in a crosswalk on Monday evening.