Opiate abuse, mostly from heroin, has been said to be ravaging communities across America, and Woodstock appears to be no different. Some believe it’s even worse here. With the recent news of at least two young people dying from heroin overdoses locally, a communal cry of heartache is being heard. Two young adults, Shayna Micucci and Kasandra Quednau have decided that enough-is-enough; they have started a grass-roots organization titled the Rt. 212 Coalition. Its first meeting was Tuesday evening, January 12 at Bread Alone and its mission is to bridge gaps in substance abuse services by . . .
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