Officials say Lincoln High project lacks credibility

Construction timeline may be pushed back
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LINCOLN – After the latest round of progress updates on the Lincoln High School construction/renovation project, some school officials are saying it lacks credibility and has proven to be an... more

Elderly man stalked, robbed at Twin River

LINCOLN – An elderly man was robbed at knifepoint while exiting Twin River casino over the weekend. Lincoln Police have arrested Anthony J. McClain, who they say stalked the victim earlier in the... more

Taxpayers to decide on fire district merger this spring

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LINCOLN – Residents of the villages of Albion and Saylesville will head to the polls during a special election this spring to decide whether or not to merge their two fire districts into one. Before... more

Dog daycare and kennel gets nod

LINCOLN – The town of Lincoln has given the green light or a new dog daycare business to open off George Washington Highway. Holly Wood, owner of Wood’s Beekeeping at 690 George Washington Highway,... more

Lincoln schools face tough budget season

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LINCOLN – Though the Lincoln School Department has taken a number of steps to save money in 2019-2020, it’s heading into a challenging budget season. School officials will likely ask taxpayers for... more

LHS Drama performs ‘Rock of Ages’ this weekend

LINCOLN – Lincoln High School drama students are preparing to bring down the house with some old time rock-and-roll this weekend. In this case, the “house” is the Lincoln Middle School auditorium,... more

RIC’s Sanchez to keynote Chamber’s dinner Feb. 6

LINCOLN – Rhode Island College President Frank D. Sanchez will be the keynote speaker for the 29th Annual Dinner of the Northern R.I. Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Feb. 6. The evening, which... more