‘I-Kid-ARod’ teaches value of perseverance, students say

Central Elementary 3rd-graders compete in their own version of the 1,000 mile Iditarod race
LINCOLN – Students at Lincoln Central Elementary are learning that there’s much more to a race than coming in first. In fact, some students say, cheering for the last-place finisher is even more of a... more

Old drinking well discovered at Albion intersection

Roadwork begins at four-way intersection as roundabout installation nears
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LINCOLN – An unexpected discovery was made by Lincoln Water Commission crews while they worked at the Albion village intersection last week. Buried beneath the middle of the four-way that connects... more

Lantern Road traffic concerns reignite with construction

'Improvements are going to be made,' Almond says in response
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LINCOLN – New development on an old country road in Lincoln that runs into Smithfield is a source of residents’ concerns in both towns. The width of Lantern Road and East Lantern Road has been... more

Lincoln looks to privatize town’s sewer system

Residents voice concerns over Veolia’s lawsuits
LINCOLN – Now before Town Council members is a proposal to privatize Lincoln’s sewer system through a 3-year, $1.3 million contract, but residents have some concerns with the wastewater company town... more

Crooks, Kelley will be back on court as LHS basketball coaches

School Committee settles grievance, is expected to review athletic policy
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LINCOLN – Kent Crooks and Jay Kelley will be returning as coaches of the men’s basketball team at Lincoln High School. Crooks, who had told The Breeze he stepped down from his role because he was “... more

Lincoln resident Mortgage Originator of Year

LINCOLN – Rhonda DelSignore-Mulligan, of Lincoln, earned the title Mortgage Originator of the Year for 2016, finishing first for both sales and closings for Province Mortgage Associates of East... more