Town officials concerned about traffic snarls on Old River Road
By BRITTANY BALLANTYNE Valley Breeze Staff Writer
LINCOLN – The Whipple-Cullen farmland property, across the street from Town Hall, could become the site of a major, 200-unit condominium complex for senior residents, accommodating 492 residents age... more
LINCOLN – The historic Chase farmhouse, circa 1890, is getting a facelift, as the first phase of a curatorship program by Preserve Rhode Island begins.
The goal is to lease the first and second floor... more
LINCOLN – Pare Corporation announced the hiring and promotion of Sarah Pierce, who has been named to a full-time position as environmental scientist after joining Pare’s Civil Division in 2014, and... more
LINCOLN – The annual Relay for Life Lincoln holiday vendor fair will be Saturday, Dec. 5, at Lincoln High School’s north gymnasium on 135 Old River Road.
Food and raffle proceeds from the event,... more
LINCOLN – Holiday ornaments designed by ChemArt will support Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund’s holiday collection, presented by Amica Mutual Insurance Company.
ChemArt, based in... more