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At the annual Rising Above the Rest Awards breakfast last Friday, the Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce (CRICC) did something it has never done before – the prestigious Al Andrews Community Achievement Award went to a municipal official. Warwick Police Chief Colonel Stephen M. McCartney was given the award in recognition of his significant achievements throughout his career, while selflessly making outstanding contributions to the community. "I don't have to worry about any decision he makes," said Mayor Scott Avedisian. At his core, the mayor said, “McCartney believes that a police department operates as a part of the community."
After nearly 10 years of owning and operating a successful independent restoration company in Baltimore, Everette Wroten decided to take his business to the next level – earlier this year he converted his business to PuroClean Rapid Response, part of the nation’s fastest growing property emergency services franchise. The decision to expand during a recession would be though risky by some, but Wroten proved his idea successful. “I saw an immediate return on my investment and actually experienced my largest grossing month just 90 days after converting to the PuroClean model,” says Wroten. “The association with a national network and