PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Police Chiefs’ Association and the Johnston Police Department are pleased to announce the promotion of Deputy Chief Joseph Razza to the position of Police Chief, following the retirement of longtime Chief Richard Tamburini.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno and the Whitman Fire Department are pleased to announce the retirement of Lt. Bob Hover and the subsequent promotion of Firefighter Thomas Ford.
EASTON — Chief Kevin Partridge announces that he will be retiring this fall after a 36-year career in fire service, 22 years of which he served as a fire chief.
MARION — Town Administrator Jay McGrail, the Marion Board of Selectmen and the Marion Police Department are pleased to announce that Marion Police Lt. Richard Nighelli has been selected to be the town’s new police chief come January.
WESTPORT — Westport Jr./Sr. High School Principal Mitchel Aho has announced his retirement at the end of the school year.
Norfolk County Fire Chiefs Association Congratulates Quincy Fire Chief John Cadegan on His Retirement
President Jeffrey Lynch and the fire chiefs of Norfolk County would like to congratulate Quincy Fire Department Chief John Cadegan on his recent retirement after 35 years on the job.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen announces that he will be retiring in February after a 25-year career in law enforcement.
WRENTHAM — Town Administrator Kevin Sweet is pleased to announce the retirement of longtime Finance Director Karen Jelloe.
Deputy Chief Timothy Hanlon would like to announce the retirement today of Whitman Police Chief Scott D. Benton after a 33-year career in law enforcement.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor announces that Detective Scott. J. Camilleri is retiring from the Concord Police Department after a 31-year career in policing.