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LINCOLN — During a particularly brief meeting on Monday, the Lincoln School Committee agreed to pay for additional parking at Lincoln High School.

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LINCOLN – Last Thursday, Oct. 14, the Lincoln School Department celebrated the completion of the Lincoln High School construction and renovati… Read more

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Note: This is the third installment in a multi-part series covering the history of Lincoln in commemoration of the town’s 150th anniversary. Next week, we’ll take readers on a tour of some of the town’s… More

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LINCOLN — The rules regulating the placement of political signs in Lincoln have loosened up. More

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LINCOLN – Plans have been solidified for Lincoln’s 150th anniversary celebration, which will begin Saturday, Oct 30, with a parade and post-parade concert and food truck event. More

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LINCOLN – Wesley United Methodist Church, 55 Woodland St., is hosting a Fit-Fun Walk/Explore with the Pastor on Thursday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m. at Lincoln Woods State Park. More

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LINCOLN – Lincoln’s new town administrator, Philip Gould, said his early weeks in office have been spent getting the lay of the land and learning the ins and outs of the municipality. More

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Seniors Alexia Noel and Ryan McPeak, members of the Homecoming Court at Lincoln High School, get in the spirit during a pep rally at the school last Friday. More

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LINCOLN – Wesley United Methodist Church, 55 Woodland St., is hosting a Fit-Fun Walk/Explore with the Pastor on Thursday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m. at Lincoln Woods State Park. More

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LINCOLN – Lincoln’s new town administrator, Philip Gould, said his early weeks in office have been spent getting the lay of the land and learning the ins and outs of the municipality. More

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Seniors Alexia Noel and Ryan McPeak, members of the Homecoming Court at Lincoln High School, get in the spirit during a pep rally at the school last Friday. More

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Editor’s note: This year we’ll have students from both Lincoln High School and Cumberland High School regularly updating readers on what’s happening in their schools. This is round one from Lincoln. We welcome all of the writers aboard. More

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LINCOLN — Lincoln High School, 135 Old River Road, will host a public ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 14, to celebrate its recently completed construction/renovation project. More

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LINCOLN — Manville’s Pack 1 Cub Scouts will hold its 3rd annual Boo Bingo fundraiser on Saturday, Oct. 16, at St. James Church, 33 Division St. in Lincoln. More

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LINCOLN — The town of Lincoln has hit a significant milestone: its 150th birthday year. More

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LINCOLN — When the pandemic struck last March, the lives of Seth Adams and his family were upended again. They’ve come to expect the unexpected, but that didn’t make it much easier on the Lincoln family. More

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LINCOLN – North Gate, home of the Blackstone Valley Historical Society, is preparing to open its doors again for public programming, welcoming visitors back for the first time in more than a year. More

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LINCOLN – Philip Gould is officially Lincoln’s Town Administrator, taking the oath of office last Friday afternoon ahead of his first day at Town Hall on Monday, Sept. 20. More

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LINCOLN – Stepping inside the historic cemetery off Lladnar Drive for the first time, Charles Foster approaches a row of headstones belonging to his Victorian-era ancestors. More

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LINCOLN – The Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce and The Washington Trust Company will present the 33rd annual Apple Festival on Saturday, Sept. 11, and Sunday, Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Johnston Memorial Park, 1583 Hartford Ave., Johnston. The event is free and open to the… More

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LINCOLN – Recently installed erosion control measures at the Whipple-Cullen development seem to be doing their job as intended, preventing another deluge of water and debris from escaping the construction zone and flowing downhill into abutting properties. More

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LINCOLN – Radar information gathered by the Lincoln Police Department in response to citizen complaints of speeding indicates drivers are mostly complying with the speed limit in at least some parts of town. More

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LINCOLN – Longtime Lincoln Police Department Capt. Philip Gould scored a landslide victory in Tuesday’s special election for Lincoln town administrator, securing 63 percent of the total vote in a field of six candidates. More

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LINCOLN – In the words of Edward Sullivan III, the goal of We Roast Coffee is to “unlock a special coffee experience for everybody” who walks through the door. More

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LINCOLN – On Saturday, Sept. 11, members of the Blackstone Valley Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with a service project to clean up the land officially known as Rhode Island Historical Cemetery Lincoln 56 Cemetery. More

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PROVIDENCE – The Department of Environmental Management Division of Fish and Wildlife has developed a new online survey on Rhode Island’s deer population and is asking the public to report all live deer sightings on the survey in August and September. More

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LINCOLN – Police have arrested a Lincoln man who works as a teacher's assistant at Mount Hope High School and as a camp counselor at Camp Ramsbottom, accusing him of indecent solicitation of a child and electronically disseminating indecent material to a minor. More

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LINCOLN – Governor Gina Raimondo announced Monday that Rhode Island has formed a partnership with CVS Health to make free, rapid COVID-19 tests available to all Rhode Islanders. Tests using the new Abbott ID NOW system will now be provided by appointment at a new drive-through testing site a… More

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PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina Raimondo and Department of Health Director Nicole Alexander-Scott on Thursday announced new travel restrictions and help for small business after 33 additional cases of COVID-19 were confirmed, bringing the state's total to 165. More

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PROVIDENCE – Representatives from the Rhode Island Hospitality Association, working with Gov. Gina Raimondo, have announced that Rhode Island restaurants that are currently serving takeout meals are now allowed to sell beer and wine to their customers. More

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The Rhode Island Department of Health is announcing that the flu is now widespread in Rhode Island, triggering the requirement for unvaccinated workers in hospitals and many other care facilities to wear masks during direct patient contact. More

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PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and the Rhode Island Department of Health have announced that the state will conduct an aerial “larviciding” application in three locations Thursday, Sept. 5. Those locations include the Valley Marsh area surrounded by Linc… More

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NARRAGANSETT – The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) recommends reopening Scarborough Beach North for swimming because bacteria counts have returned to acceptable levels. Scarborough Beach South remains closed for swimming. More

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PROVIDENCE – The president and sole owner of a Providence jewelry manufacturing company has pleaded guilty to tax evasion, admitting that in 2015 he diverted from his business to himself more than five times the actual gross income his company received and reported to the IRS, and that he fa… More

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LINCOLN – Due to a software problem, this week's Valley Breeze, Pawtucket edition, will be distributed on Thursday morning, one day late, at the usual hours. All other editions will be distributed normally. More