At the Belmont St. School this morning (after being rescheduled due to hurricane Sandy,) District Attorney Joe Early made a presentation to the students about bullying and cyber bullying Attached are photos of the event.
Today was the senior health and safety fair! Below are photos from the Worcester Senior Center. [slideshow]
District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr.’s Office participated in the Southbridge Youth Summit on Sept. 22. The event began on Southbridge Town Common. Local youth and adults attended workshops at Southbridge Police Station, Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center and Quinsigamond Community College. Topics ranged from Bullying and Harassment to “So You Think You Can Dance?”
Below is a Gallery from when the DA’s office helped the New England Patriots construct a new playground in Plumley Village.
Gardner Mayor Mark Hawke, left, accepts a $2,500 check for playground repairs from District Attorney Early on September 6. Gardner Police Chief Neil Erickson, right, looks on. Gardner had applied to District Attorney’s Office for money from the drug forfeiture fund to help the city’s playground update initiative.
Below is a gallery from the various places that National Night out was this past year in both Grafton and Worcester.
More than 350 people from around Massachusetts gathered at Mechanics Hall in Worcester for the Massachusetts District Attorney’s Association annual Prosecutors Conference. Worcester DA Joseph D. Early Jr., President of the MDAA, presided over the event, which included Talks by Attorney General Martha Coakley and Risk Management expert Gordon Graham and the Presentation of awards […]
On June 6, 2012 District Attorney Early was recognized along with Holy Cross men’s Basketball Coach Milan Brown and Women’s coach Bill Gibbons Jr. For their support of Worcester East Middle school and its library. The DA used drug forfeiture funds to buy books for the library and To provide scholarships for at-risk students to […]
DISTRICT ATTORNEYS SUPPORT GRADUATION SAFETY