Kent had 5 opioid overdose deaths in 2016 | Local | – The Star Democrat

In separate interviews, Murphy and Price said they have not seen a measurable decrease in heroin activity.

The outreach component underscores a shift in philosophy about how to more effectively address substance abuse, with a greater emphasis now being placed on treatment.

“I don’t think it’s getting any better, and I don’t know if it’s getting any worse,” Price said.

Identical signs are in Rock Hall near the entrance to the firehouse and in Millington adjacent to Town Hall.

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