Lincoln

Almond, Azar offer a contrast of ideas for leading Lincoln

LINCOLN - Lincoln Town Administrator T. Joseph Almond, who is seeking re-election in November, says he is proud of the town's positive track record during his years in office, but his opponent, Louis... more

Body of local fisherman found

LITTLE COMPTON - The body of Adam Perry Sr., the Lincoln fisherman lost in a boating mishap earlier this month, was located in Little Compton last Friday afternoon after weeks of continued searching... more

Statewide candidates coming to Chamber breakfast Oct. 30

LINCOLN – The Northern R.I. Chamber of Commerce invites its members and other business leaders to meet many of the candidates for the state’s general offices at an Eggs & Issues Breakfast next... more

At Lincoln High, increase in math SAT scores, but a decrease in reading, writing

LINCOLN - SAT scores at Lincoln High School have continued to fluctuate, and while math scores are higher this year than last, students' scores in both reading and writing have slightly decreased.... more

Guerra speaks against 38 Studios bond payback

PAWTUCKET - Matthew Guerra, candidate for the House District 46 seat, stated in a press release that, "Taxpayers should not shoulder the burden for an unconstitutional decision," in regards to paying... more

O'Grady supports master lever elimination

PAWTUCKET - State Rep. Jeremiah O'Grady, who is seeking re-election to the District 46 House seat, stated in a press release that passage of legislation eliminating the so-called master lever voting... more

If elected, McKenna seeks to eliminate automobile taxes

NORTH PROVIDENCE - Keven McKenna, a candidate for the state Senate District 17 seat, stated that, "The freedom to use an automobile is the key to exercising the voter's constitutional rights to... more

O'Neill emphasizes track record of support for his district

NORTH PROVIDENCE - State Sen. Ed O'Neill, who is seeking re-election in Senate District 17, stated that during his three terms in the General Assembly, he has been a prime sponsor of a range of bills... more

Rapko-Bruckner says she is here to serve the children, families

LINCOLN - Staci Rapko-Bruckner, candidate for the Lincoln School Committee District 5 seat, stated in a press release that she would like to thank her supporters for attending the fundraiser at... more

Azar calls for police station on former H&H Screw property

LINCOLN - Louis Azar, candidate for Lincoln town administrator, stated in a press release, "It's not too late to change mid-course and build a state of the art police station on the former Banneker... more

Varr: Accomplishment on committee is from strong community ties

LINCOLN - Mary Varr, a candidate for re-election to the Lincoln School Committee District 5 seat, stated, "It has been a privilege to help the public school students in Lincoln by serving as a School... more

Ogni plans to implement programs for seniors, youth

LINCOLN - Bruce Ogni, candidate for the District 2 Lincoln Town Council seat, stated in a press release, "While campaigning these last few weeks, I have realized that many seniors have concerns as to... more

Flynn still concerned about traffic on Front Street, Lonsdale Avenue

LINCOLN - John Flynn, who is seeking re-election for the District 2 Lincoln Town Council seat, stated that any plans to redevelop the area adjacent to Front Street and Lonsdale Avenue must include... more

Lincoln native opens Sliney Chiropractic

LINCOLN - After living in Lincoln all his life, Dr. Tyler Sliney says he is eager to offer chiropractic care to the local community at his new practice, Sliney Chiropractic, at 640 George Washington... more

Troop 711's Forget and Hasegawa attain Eagle rank

LINCOLN - Boy Scout Troop 711 Albion celebrated the accomplishments of Eagle Scouts Christopher Forget and Brian Hasegawa at a High Court of Honor on Aug. 2, at St. Ambrose Church. Christopher is... more

Lincoln's DiScuillo named to board of Project Undercover

CRANSTON - Lincoln resident Debra DiScuillo has been elected to the board of directors of Project Undercover, a 20-year old Rhode Island nonprofit agency that provides diapers, socks, and underwear... more

Lincoln Knights of Columbus awarded Star Council

LINCOLN - The Lincoln Council Knights of Columbus 4005 has earned the distinction of Star Council for the 2013-2014 fraternal year. The award recognizes overall excellence in the areas of membership... more

TumbleBooks available at Lincoln library

LINCOLN - The TumbleBook library offered at Lincoln Public Library now offers patrons access to graphic novels online. TumbleBook is an online collection of animated, talking picture books that teach... more

Davies Career & Tech school earns literacy leadership award

LINCOLN - The Rhode Island Student Loan Authority has presented William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School with its 2014 Financial Literacy Curriculum Leadership Award. The annual... more

Davies holds Future Students Night Nov. 6

LINCOLN - William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School, 50 Jenckes Hill Road, will hold a Future Students Night on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. Students currently in grade 8 from... more

Cote wins library drawing

LINCOLN - The Lincoln Public Library announced that Suzanne Cote, of Lincoln, is the winner of the September National Library Card Sign-up Month drawing. The grand prize was a Hamilton Beach Two-Way... more

Davies PTO meets Wednesday

LINCOLN - The William M. Davies Jr. Career and Technical High School Parent-Teacher Organization will feature presentations on the school's Accelerated Math Renaissance Learning Program and Title One... more

Hear The Kempters at Wesley Church

LINCOLN - Wesley United Methodist Church, 55 Woodland St., will present a free concert with The Kempters on Sunday, Oct. 26, at 6 p.m. The family bluegrass folk gospel band from Alabama consists of... more

Healthy Heart Walk in elementary schools kicks off 9th year

LINCOLN - On Friday, Oct. 31, students from all the elementary schools in Lincoln will participate in the district's 9th annual Healthy Heart Walk. The theme of this year's event is "Fitness is for... more

Pasta dinner at Lime Rock Baptist Oct. 25

LINCOLN - Lime Rock Baptist Church, 1075 Great Road, will host its annual pasta dinner on Saturday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. Tickets, which will be available at the door, are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 5... more