Former Southampton Town Councilman Brad Bender Discusses Drug Addiction During Opioid Task Force Forum - 27 East

Former Southampton Town Councilman Brad Bender Discusses Drug Addiction During Opioid Task Force Forum

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Southampton Superintendent Dr. Scott Farina and Tuckahoe Board of Education President Bob Grisnik talk after the vote to merge the two districts is denied by Southampton voters on Tuesday night. ERIN MCKINLEY BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Southampton Superintendent Dr. Scott Farina and Tuckahoe Board of Education President Bob Grisnik talk after the vote to merge the two districts is denied by Southampton voters on Tuesday night. ERIN MCKINLEY BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Kathryn Radice, Eastport South Manor Junior Senior High School athletic trainer and health teacher ALEXA GORMAN

Kathryn Radice, Eastport South Manor Junior Senior High School athletic trainer and health teacher ALEXA GORMAN

Hampton Bays Superintendent Lars Clemensen presents the district budget on Tuesday night. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Hampton Bays Superintendent Lars Clemensen presents the district budget on Tuesday night. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tuckahoe students made bowls and spoons for an upcoming fundraiser to raise awareness that there are hungry people in the community. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

Tuckahoe students made bowls and spoons for an upcoming fundraiser to raise awareness that there are hungry people in the community. BY ERIN MCKINLEY

author on Apr 12, 2018
It was a “medically induced opioid addiction.” That’s how former Southampton Town Councilman Brad Bender described the circumstances that got him addicted—and ended with him resigning from his post and... more

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