Lincoln

R.I. Relics founder fears metal detecting hobby is under siege

1 comment(s)
LINCOLN – Would you allow someone to hunt for metal on your property? The response from many people is “no,” says Nathan Matthews, of Lincoln. “I always ask permission, but it’s starting to seem like... more

Shots fired in Lincoln

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Police Department is investigating a report of gunshots fired on Tuesday at roughly 4:30 a.m. in the area of Leicester and Cambria Drives. Officers responding to the scene... more

A slippery slope: Sump pumps create roadway hazard

2 comment(s)
LINCOLN – A proposed street drain ordinance in Lincoln would prohibit the drainage of water onto town streets and roads in an effort to promote public safety. The ordinance, initiated by Councilor... more

Construction is on time but over budget due to unforseen expenses

School Committee members voice concerns over LHS project
LINCOLN – The good news: Lincoln High School’s renovation/construction project is hitting its targeted timeline. The bad news: a series of unexpected challenges have catapulted the project millions... more

Davies expanding student resources with Diversity Talks

LINCOLN – A grant from the Rhode Island Foundation has helped the William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School implement a new, student-led professional development program focused on... more

Lincoln’s Scribner earns Girl Scouting’s Gold Award

LINCOLN – Troop 339 Manville celebrated its first Girl Scout Gold Award this month, with 18-year-old Lily Scribner officially earning the organization’s most prestigious and difficult-to-earn... more

Upcoming meetings for Scouts BSA Troop 711

LINCOLN – Scouts BSA Troop 711 in Albion will be having meetings throughout January at St. Ambrose Hall, 191 School St. Boys in grades 6-12 will meet on Thursday, Jan. 17, at 6:30 p.m., while boys in... more

Christ Church Thrift Shop annual sale Saturday

LINCOLN – The Christ Church Thrift Shop, 1643 Lonsdale Ave., will begin their annual bag and furniture sale on Saturday, Jan. 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A large paper bag, at a cost of $5, will be... more

SilverSneakers fitness at Lincoln Senior Center

LINCOLN – On Wednesday, Jan. 23, join the SilverSneakers health and fitness program for ages 65 and over at the Lincoln Senior Center, 150 Jenckes Hill Road, at 2 p.m. Maria Kishfy is the trainer and... more

Troop 64 Ham and Bean supper Jan. 26

LINCOLN – Troop 64 Saylesville will hold a Ham & Bean Supper at the Chapel Street Congreational Church, 185 Chapel St., on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 5 to 7 p.m. Tickets, $8 each for adults and kids... more