The Winthrop Police Department has become the first in Suffolk County to join Communities for Restorative Justice.
The Winthrop Police Department is enhancing its work to keep town schools safe through new technology and training initiatives.
Town Manager Austin Faison is pleased to announce that a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Belle Isle Marsh Marine Ecology Park and Walking Pathway will take place next week.
WINTHROP — Police Chief Terence M. Delehanty and Superintendent of Schools Lisa A. Howard report that the Winthrop Police Department and Winthrop Public Schools have conducted a thorough investigation into a report that a student at Winthrop Middle School had shown another student a photograph of a firearm and threatened to harm others at the school.
Winthrop Police invite the public to a multiple community events they are are hosting in cooperation with different organizations this summer.
Chief Terence M. Delehanty reports that the Revere-Winthrop Drug and Gang Task Force has charged a man with multiple counts of allegedly selling cocaine.
Statement of Chief Terence M. Delehanty on Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering Case
WINTHROP — The following is a statement from Chief Terence M. Delehanty on the indictment of a Winthrop man on drug trafficking and money laundering charges:
The Town of Winthrop is pleased to announce that David G. Cressman will serve as the town manager on an interim basis.
WINTHROP– Town Manager Terence Delehanty reports that the Town of Winthrop will increase water and sewer rates by $3 per cubic foot beginning with the current billing cycle.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty announces that loans are available to Winthrop citizens affected by a March nor’easter this past winter.