Heroin continues to be a problem, both nationally and right here at the Jersey Shore. We heard a lot of talk about the drug problem in America during the Presidential Election and President Elect Trump has stated he'll try his best to fight drugs coming into the U...
Mercer County-based City of Angels has been no stranger to our airwaves in the last several months, but a few exciting developments over the summer are helping the group expand its advocacy even further.
It's an oft-repeated mantra, but addiction affects more than just the users it entraps. Addicts' families can also be torn apart. Helping them understand the problem is the goal of a charity walk this coming Saturday in Seaside Heights, and the mission of the organization behind the event.
On Tuesday, Gov. Chris Christie marked the one-year anniversary of the creation of the Facing Drug Addiction Task Force. He also said the state will expand re-entry programs for drug offenders coming back into society.
The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office fight against heroin continues with another drug forum next month, expected to be powerful enough to get younger audience members wanting to continue the discussion, according to Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Anthony V. Pierro.