By Mary Pavlu The Patriot Ledger FOXBORO — Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey wants servers in bars and restaurants to serve as the front line of defense against drunken driving. On Tuesday, he announced the launching of the Observe, Don’t Over Serve campaign, which is intended to combat drunken driving, especially during the holiday … [Read More]
RANDOLPH, NJ — Students at Randolph High School in Morris County recently raised $7500 for the John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers. Students raised the funds during the school’s Spirit Week, which was held Oct. 18 – 25. Students joined in a variety of activities during spirit week to raise funds for the … [Read More]
Suanne Schaad’s daughter, Scarlett, lets everyone know that she’s a HERO at the recent Monmouth University Homecoming. Scarlett and her mother set up a HERO Campaign table at the event and provided the crowd with HERO information, free non-alcoholic drinks and food. Suanne is the Substance Awareness Coordinator Monmouth University.