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LHS graduates told they learned for life

LINCOLN – The next time an older family member comes up to a 2021 Lincoln High School graduate and tries to talk to them about how they used to trek to school uphill both ways and in scorching sun or... more

Cumberland Farms, Arby’s proposed for Route 116 in Lincoln

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LINCOLN – A developer is hoping to build a Cumberland Farms gas station and convenience store, along with an Arby’s restaurant and drive-thru on George Washington Highway/Route 116. The new... more

Groups urge Lincoln council to help save local cemeteries

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LINCOLN – Lincoln has 83 known historical cemeteries, and Ken Postle has visited 60. “That means there’s 23 waiting to be picked up and redeveloped,” the Blackstone Valley Historical Society... more

Financial Town Meeting is on for Monday

LINCOLN – Lincoln’s annual Financial Town Meeting is set for next Monday, June 21, starting at 7 p.m. in the Lincoln High School auditorium. The purpose of the FTM, which was delayed by a month due... more

A year later, Tanguay family provides update on Kim

LINCOLN – It was the call no parent ever wants to get, says Gloria Tanguay, recalling how she heard the long list of injuries her daughter Kim had sustained in a motorcycle crash in Woonsocket on... more

Macksoud: It’s time to step up enforcement

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LINCOLN – Between calls to the police department and town officials, posts on social media and public comments during recent Town Council meetings, complaints about speeding vehicles in Lincoln have... more

Lincoln High School Class of 2021 graduates

Connor Adamski Fiona R. Adamski April Rose Aguirre Isabella Gianna Ahlvin Andrea Antonio Alfieri Nathaniel Christopher Allen Emily Jenelle Ariza Jewelle A. Arruda Waseem Bahra Angelina Nicole Bairos... more

Lincoln Butterfly Garden cleanup needs volunteers

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Conservation Commission will hold its monthly Lincoln Butterfly Garden cleanup at Chase Park, 667 Great Road, on Saturday, June 19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and are in need of... more