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21 News 4/28/12: Prescription Drug Take Back Locations

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Meridian Community Care has released a list of locations that will be accepting expired and unwanted prescription drugs for proper disposal. The following locations will accept the drugs on Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

HMHP Police Department: St Elizabeth Medical Center, Belmont Ave., Youngstown, OH (use the Belmont Ave. entrance)

Boardman Police Department: 8299 Market St., Boardman, OH

Mahoning County Sheriff: Shepherd of The Valley, 7148 West Blvd., Boardman, OH

Mahoning County Sheriff: Shepherd of The Valley, 301 W Western Reserve Rd., Boardman, OH

Austintown Police Department: Outdoor drive-thru collection at 92 Ohltown Rd., Austintown, OH

Beaver Police Department: 601 W South Range Rd., North Lima, OH

Canfield Police Department: 104 Lisbon St., Canfield, OH

Jackson Township Police Department: 10613 Mahoning Ave., North Jackson, OH

New Middletown Police Department: New Middletown Municipal Building, 10711 Main St., New Middletown, OH

Columbiana City Police Department: Parking lot at 14973 South Ave., Columbiana, OH

Salem Police Department: Salem Medical Center, 2094 E State St., Salem, OH

East Liverpool/St. Clair Township Police Departments: East Liverpool City Hospital, 425 W Fifth St., East Liverpool, OH

HMHP Police Department: St Joseph Hospital, 667 Eastland Ave. SE, Warren, OH

Newton Falls Police Department: Department 19, N. Canal St., Newton Falls, OH

Mahoning Township Police Department: Mahoning Township Community Center, 4512 West State St., Hillsville, PA

Pennsylvania State Police Department: PSP New Castle Barracks, 3539 Wilmington Rd., New Castle, PA

Neshannock Police Department: 3131 Mercer Rd., New Castle, PA

Mercer County Sheriff's Office: 205 S Erie St., Mercer, PA

Pennsylvania State Police Department: PSP Mercer Barracks, 826 Franklin Rd., Mercer, PA

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