Lincoln’s clerk resigns after investigation

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LINCOLN – Following questions about whether proper procedure was followed in issuing a liquor license to an Albion restaurant last month, Lincoln Town Clerk Karen Allen has resigned from her position... more

80-year-old injured in robbery at Twin River

LINCOLN – An 80-year-old man was injured in a strong-armed robbery at Twin River Casino on Thursday, Lincoln Police reported. Police arrested Richard Settipane, a 21-year-old North Reading, Mass.... more

No. Kingstown 6th-grader Dunning wins State Spelling Bee

North Providence’s Kasapoglu is runner-up
LINCOLN – Alice Dunning is bound for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. By correctly spelling the words “majordomo” and “Kelvin,” Dunning, a 6th-grader at Wickford Middle School in North Kingstown,... more

Grant, van donation bring life to Lincoln’s Moffett Mill

LINCOLN – Wondering why some of the windows of Lincoln’s Moffett Mill have been boarded over with plywood? It’s not because of vandalism or other recent damage. The windows of the historic mill... more

Diamond named 2019 Woman Veteran of the Year

LINCOLN – The Providence Regional Office of Veterans Business Administration has named retired U.S. Army Major and Lincoln resident Michele Diamond the 2019 Woman Veteran of the Year, for her “... more

LHS holds 53rd Variety Show this weekend

Show moved to middle school during construction
LINCOLN – Students at Lincoln High School might be without an auditorium this year, but the show must go on. Despite ongoing construction rendering the high school auditorium unusable, the 53rd... more

Lincoln teen advances in culinary competition

LINCOLN – At age 16, Chloe Newton, has big dreams. After obtaining her degree in culinary arts and restaurant management, she aspires to open her own fine dining establishment. “You can make food... more

Community garden changes hands

LINCOLN – There’s hope for a 2019 growing season at Lincoln’s Community Garden. One year after the council signed control of the town’s community garden over to the Conservation Commission, the... more

St. James Church Health Fair March 24

LINCOLN – St. James Church, 33 Division St., Manville, is hosting a Health Fair on Sunday, March 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., that had been postponed from March 2 in its Father Brindamour Hall. It... more

‘Healthy aging for your memory’ seminar March 27

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Senior Center, 150 Jenckes Hill Road, will hold a free seminar, "Healthy Aging for Your Memory," on Wednesday, March 27, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Dementia Specialist, Laurie Mantz... more