EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral announces that Principal Wes Paul will be retiring following the conclusion of the 2020-21 school year after working in education for 34 years, serving 22 of those years as the principal at Oliver Ames High School.
GEORGETOWN – Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore announces that a longtime member of the Georgetown Police Department will retire this March.
FAIRFIELD — Following nearly four decades of service with the Fairfield Police Department, Chief Christopher Lyddy announces that he will retire in January 2021.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent announces five longtime members of the Burlington Police Department will retire next month.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence Delehanty announces the retirement of a longtime member of the Winthrop Police Department.
GLOUCESTER– Chief Eric Smith announces that Assistant Chief Joe Aiello will retire at the end of December after more than three decades in the fire service.
MARION — Following over three decades of service, Chief John B. Garcia officially retires in January 2021.
Johnston Police Department Announces Retirement of Longtime Chief Richard Tamburini, Promotion of Deputy Chief Joseph Razza
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.