Lincoln schools using new service to fill substitute positions

Subs will apply to and be managed by Source4Teachers
LINCOLN – School officials are hoping the search for substitute teachers and personnel is easier this academic year after partnering with Source4Teachers, an educational management service based in... more

Vehicles stolen, break-ins reported in Lincoln

LINCOLN – Lincoln Police believe a recent string of break-ins and reports of stolen vehicles are related cases, and are currently investigating the incidents. Chief Brian Sullivan told The Breeze... more

Plenty of bus drivers to start school year in Cumberland, Lincoln

Routes to schools in Cumberland, Lincoln covered, say Durham and First Student officials
LINCOLN – Residents in Cumberland and Lincoln who might have been worried their children couldn’t get to school on the bus this year are being assured by company officials that Durham School Services... more

Subcommittees formed for LHS renovation planning

Chairwoman wants more community input, support
LINCOLN – Four separate subcommittees have been formed to further examine and strategize cost, educational planning and design for the Lincoln High School renovation plans. Julie Zito, co-chairwoman... more

Old books get new purpose at Lincoln Public Library

LINCOLN – Even after a book’s last page is read, its story can still continue. The Lincoln Public Library brought new life to old books at its wreath craft night on Aug. 15 when they took pages from... more

Lincoln Town Council hears solar farm plans

Town expected to gain $2 million in benefits, says Southern Sky director
LINCOLN – Town Solicitor Anthony DeSisto, Town Administrator Joseph Almond and representatives of Southern Sky Renewable Energy RI are working on drafting an agreement between Lincoln and the solar... more

LPD encourages residents sign up for CodeRED

Alert system notifies residents, workers in town about public safety matters
LINCOLN – Residents and individuals who work in Lincoln can now sign up for CodeRED, an emergency notification system, that sends out alerts via phone calls, text messages, emails, or all three... more

Student assistance counselor approved for Lincoln Middle School

Part-time position funded through Cumberland/Lincoln Prevention Coalition
LINCOLN – School officials saw their requests for additional mental health help at the middle school granted after a part-time student assistance counselor position was authorized by the School... more

Gingras ready to open Parkinson’s Place this fall

Lincoln man, former boxer, expanding business to help empower patients to fight back through workouts
PAWTUCKET – Five years after Richard Gingras opened Fight 2 Fitness behind Tolman High School, the retired pro boxer is ready to make a more meaningful impact in the fitness world. Gingras, of... more

Saylesville Fire awarded funding for new air tank station

LINCOLN – The Saylesville Fire Department was awarded $59,048 in federal funds for a new cascade air tank filling station, which will replace an aging system to meet today’s safety standards. The... more

Forum on proposed Burrillville power plant is at K of C hall in Lincoln

LINCOLN – The Burrillville Land Trust and the Rhode Island Association of Conservation Commissions will host an interactive public forum on Wednesday, Aug. 31, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., addressing the... more

St. Ambrose Church hosting annual clambake Sept. 11

LINCOLN – St. Ambrose Catholic Church, 191 School St., will hold its annual parish clambake on the parish grounds on Sunday, Sept. 11, from noon to 5 p.m.  The event will feature clamcakes, red and... more

Lincoln Girl Scouts registration is Monday

LINCOLN – Lincoln Girl Scouts will host registration sessions on Monday, Aug. 29, at all four elementary schools from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Membership is offered for girls in first grade and older, and the... more