Things you need to know on February 2. Pennsylvania Schools Can Get Free Narcan; Former Supermodel Seymour Facing New Charges In CT; Mercedes Brings Record $9.9-Million At Auction; Boston Student Tries To Rent Out Dorm On AirBNB
Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.

  • If you don't believe we are at war with Heroin then read this. Officials announced yesterday that Pennsylvania is the first state in the country to offer Narcan (the anti-overdose drug) to all public schools. School nurses can now request two free doses of the drug.


  • Uh-oh. Former supermodel Stephanie Seymour is facing new charges after allegedly leaving the scene of a crash in Greenwich. Seymour surrendered to police yesterday and was released on 500-dollars bail.


  • Baby I want to drive your car! A 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster sold for nine-point-nine million dollars on Friday. The red Mercedes with swooping fenders sold for about 12-thousand dollars when it was delivered new to the U.S. in 1937.


  • College is expensive but maybe AirBNB is not the way to go. Emerson College student Jack Worth listed his dorm room on AirBNB last month and is facing 150-dollars in fines and possible dismissal from school depending on his misconduct charges. Now there's an online petition "Free Jack Worth" which is asking the school to drop disciplinary proceedings against him.

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