Important messages in the war on heroin

It's the faces that we too often forget.

That was not possible Saturday night in Chichester.

Yes, a group of more than 200 gathered to remember those we lost to the heroin scourge. But it is the faces that stay with you. Real faces of real people, lost forever, leaving devastated friends and family to go on.

Their photos were prominently displayed during the vigil.

But something else also was on hand, something we sometimes don't see in talking about this problem.

It's called hope.

We talk about that on today's editorial page.