Post Office progress slower than expected

LINCOLN – The construction of a new Albion Post Office at 15 School St. will take longer than previously anticipated, potentially extending the expected completion date into the fall. When finished... more

Woonsocket woman arrested for allegedly driving drunk with five children in car

LINCOLN – A Woonsocket woman has been arrested on charges of driving drunk with five children in her car at Lincoln Woods State Park. Leah Beatriz Duran, 41, was arrested by state police at... more

LHS preps for construction

LINCOLN – The Lincoln High School that current and former students have come to recognize has been forever memorialized in the Class of 2018 yearbook, one of the final visual representations of the... more

Preserving history at the Kelly House in Lincoln

Replica of original barn now open to the public
LINCOLN – For several decades, a granite marker has served as the only reminder of a missing piece of Lincoln’s historic landscape along the Blackstone Canal. Today, the Capt. Wilbur Kelly House... more

More than just a meal

Lincoln woman helps lead mission to deliver food and human connections across Rhode Island
Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island has been delivering healthy meals and warm smiles to senior citizens in-need for 49 years, establishing human connections with thousands of homebound individuals... more

Meals on Wheels by the numbers

• 90 percent of clients are age 65 and older. • 55 percent are age 80 and older. • 15 percent are veterans. • 88 percent are unable to make the suggested $3 donation per meal. • 100 percent would not... more

Railroad Street gets a face-lift

LINCOLN – A series of improvements are underway on Railroad Street in Manville between Route 126 and Main Street/Manville Hill Road. Rob Poisson, owner of Gene’s Auto Body Works, at 289 Railroad St... more