Stories on heroin use in the city of Manchester, including the community’s efforts to turn things around and stop this epidemic from taking more lifes.
“Some might say drugs is a victimless crime. It isn’t. It drives the theft crimes, crimes of violence, and this is what you end up having. You have people dealing drugs. And when you deal drugs you need protection, so your going to have weapons, and there going to be people not only going after their drugs, but the proceeds you see there,” Mara said. READ MORE
On April 23, 2014 four dozen of New Hampshire’s top law officers, health officials and addiction experts came together to share their first-hand frustrations and observations about the fallout from the current drug epidemic responsible for unprecedented accidental deaths, spiking crime rates and a revolving door of addiction here, and across the country. READ MORE