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What looks like a jar of peanut butter is actually an empty compartment to store drugs and paraphernalia.

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What are your kids hiding in their rooms?

In Winchester, parents get a hands-on look at some of the ways kids can conceal alcohol and other drugs in places you’d never suspect.By Hattie Bernstein

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Exhibit in Topsfield on risky teen behaviors

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