Lincoln

Three-way race heats up in District 46

LINCOLN – Three candidates are ramping up their campaigns as they compete for the District 46 seat in the state House of Representatives, in what is shaping up to be a rematch of the 2018 race in... more

Lees challenges Macksoud in Lincoln District 3 council race

LINCOLN – Aiming for another term serving District 3, Lincoln Town Council President Keith Macksoud faces opposition from former Council President Dean Lees, who was defeated by Macksoud in 2004.... more

Milk bottles on display Saturday tell story of Lincoln farms

LINCOLN – With dwindling evidence still in place indicating that Lincoln was once a vibrant agricultural community, history buffs and collectors such as Dan Bethel are committed to rediscovering the... more

Lincoln aims to eliminate virtual learning Mondays at upper levels

LINCOLN – School leaders in Lincoln are hoping to drop virtual learning Mondays at the middle and high school. Providing a re-entry update to the School Committee on Monday, Supt. Larry Filippelli... more

Join Lincoln Police for Coffee with a Cop Saturday

LINCOLN – The Knights of Columbus, 171 Jenckes Hill Road, will host the Lincoln Police Department for Coffee with a Cop, a public event on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 9 to 11 a.m. Honey Dew coffee will... more

Paolino focused on forward growth

Before the pandemic began, state Sen. Thomas Paolino said that District 17 was on the move. “This was not by accident. In the state Senate, we cut the minimum corporate tax rate to the lowest in New... more

Barr promises to lead with integrity

John Barr, Democratic candidate for Senate District 17, believes that truth matters. “Time and again my opponent has tried to disown his voting record. He continues to state that he supports pre-... more

Shallcross Smith promises to be a resource

Mary Ann Shallcross Smith, a candidate for State Representative, District 46, said she’s grateful to neighbors who have taken time from their busy schedules to chat with her at the door. “Neighbors... more

Cullen targets R.I. abortion law

A candidate for District 46 state representative, John Cullen said state legislators passed a “New York-style” law in 2019 that supports “virtually unregulated and unrestricted abortion up to the... more

Lyle pledges to fight for education

House District 46 Rep. John Lyle Jr. said a flyer recently circulated by an opponent suggested that he is not qualified to serve the people of the 46th district on matters pertaining to education. “... more

Macksoud proud of forward-thinking

Town Council President Keith Macksoud said due to conservative planning, Lincoln is in “solid financial shape” entering the 2021 fiscal year. “With the leadership of our town administrator, and a... more

Lees sets eyes on municipal crimes

Dean Lees, candidate for District 3 Town Councilor in Lincoln, said he’s “a strong proponent against organized municipal crime in town, who has assessed a need to develop municipal strategies to... more

Azar targets speeding

LINCOLN – Pamela Azar, incumbent endorsed candidate for District 4 and chairwoman of the Public Safety Committee, said she is committed to addressing the issue of speeding in Lincoln. Azar “worked... more

Leahy criticizes Azar commission appointment

LINCOLN – Bob Leahy, Republican candidate for Lincoln Town Council District 4, is calling out Pam Azar for “appointing a convicted felon to the town’s Conservation Commission.” “Once again, Pam’s... more

The Society of Friends to hold Light Year Display

LINCOLN – The Society of Friends at the Saylesville Friends Quaker Meeting House, 374 Great Road, will hold its Light Year Display again this year from Nov. 15 through Jan. 26. During the event, the... more