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D.A.R.E. Graduates Told They Can Be a “Powerful Force”

D.A.R.E. Graduates Told They Can Be a “Powerful Force”

State Senator Brian Langley (R-Hancock County) speaks at the D.A.R.E. graduation event at Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School on December 20, where he shared a powerful, personal story about the effects of substance abuse. He also offered advice to students on how they can face challenges in their own lives.

D.A.R.E. Program Makes Comeback in Hancock County

D.A.R.E. Program Makes Comeback in Hancock County

ELLSWORTH – The drug battle in Hancock County is shifting to elementary schools. An old ally in the drug war is being enlisted to teach kids the dangers of drugs. The official name is Drug Abuse Resistance Education. It’s known as the D.A.R.E. program. It’s more than...
Augusta Gets Grant to Fund Anti-Drug Cop in Elementary Schools

Augusta Gets Grant to Fund Anti-Drug Cop in Elementary Schools

The city’s police chief said even students as young as those in elementary school are not immune to problems created by drug addiction. AUGUSTA — A $125,000 federal grant awarded to the Augusta Police Department will be used to help create a new police officer...
Rockland-area leaders to gather for substance abuse prevention summit

Rockland-area leaders to gather for substance abuse prevention summit

Regional School Unit 13 Superintendent John McDonald. Rockland Police Chief Bruce Boucher, Knox County Sheriff Donna Dennison, and veteran retired educator Tom Mellor will be on the committee looking at dealing with the substance abuse problem in the Rockland area. A...

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