Wanted in Medway: Designated Heroes

By Jessica Trufant/Daily News staff Milford Daily News MEDWAY — Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey visited Medway earlier this week, but it wasn’t due to a homicide or other serious crime. Instead, the purpose of Morrissey’s trip was to prevent tragedies from happening by promoting the Hero Campaign for Designated Drivers – a program  … Read more

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Be the MVP of Safe and Responsible Driving on Super Bowl Sunday

Contact: Tpr. Michael Webb Ph: (502) 782-1780 or (502) 226-0660 (FRANKFORT, Ky.) – As one of America’s most anticipated and celebrated sporting events, the Super Bowl brings together families, friends and fans each year to enjoy the excitement of the big game. In many instances, fans will gather to watch the game at sports bars,  … Read more

HERO Information Booth in Kentucky

The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety and Kentucky State Police hosted a HERO information booth at the University of Louisville game on Saturday. Those who signed the designated driver pledge were entered to win tickets to the UofL vs. Syracuse game. The winner, Barry Wayne Cox, Jr., was drawn at halftime. Learn about the HERO  … Read more

Kentucky is a ‘HERO’ State

By all accounts, John Elliott was no ordinary kid. He was senior class president and graduated fourth in his class at Egg Harbor Township High School. He played offensive tackle on the football team and also lettered in tennis. He was the kind of student that teachers and parents knew was going to make a  … Read more

Morrissey asks Weymouth bars to take part in Hero Campaign

By Ed Baker Wicked Local Weymouth Weymouth — Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrissey is asking local bars to join the Hero Campaign to prevent drunk driving and tragedies by asking patrons to be designated drivers. Morrissey said during the Dec. 17 town council meeting that 60 people died on Norfolk County roads last year  … Read more

Kentucky Goes to bat for the HERO Campaign

Kentucky Governor Steven Beshear hands a Louisville Slugger to HERO Campaign Chairman Bill Elliott and his wife Muriel in recognition of Kentucky’s kickoff of the HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers® in Louisville on December 18. State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer(back center) and representatives of the Offices of Highway Safety and Alcoholic Beverage Control are also  … Read more

Kentucky joins designated driver campaign

The Associated Press LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky has joined the designated driver campaign known as the HERO Campaign to help end drunken driving deaths and injuries. Gov. Steve Beshear launched the campaign in the state Tuesday, encouraging people to participate in designated driver programs and drive sober. A statement from Beshear’s office says the HERO  … Read more

‘Hero’ campaign enlists Ky. bars, encourages law enforcement to crack down on drunk driving

by Pure Politics at CN|2 Kentucky is now the fourth state in the nation to officially embrace the HERO campaign aimed at curbing drunk driving by encouraging designated drivers. Gov. Steve Beshear signed a proclamation Tuesday at the Prime Lounge in downtown Louisville designating it HERO day. Meanwhile, bars that participate in the program will  … Read more

Kentucky Gov. Beshear launches designated driving campaign

by WYMT TV and Mountain News FRANKFORT, Ky. (Dec. 18, 2012) – Governor Steve Beshear launched Kentucky’s HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers, encouraging people to participate in designated driving programs throughout Kentucky and the nation. The national campaign was established by the family of Navy Ensign John Elliott of Atlantic County, NJ, who was killed  … Read more