Proposed Lincoln school budget bumps spending by $3 million

‘Significant cuts will be made,’ says Fortunato
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LINCOLN – Supt. Georgia Fortunato’s proposed operating budget for the 2018-2019 school year calls for a 5.6 percent increase in spending, or an increase of 
$3 million. The proposal, pushing spending... more

LHS students win video contest

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Jacky’s Galaxie coming to Twin River Casino

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Lincoln’s Ganim joins RIQI board

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Veterans meeting tonight

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Part 2 of Manville tribute is Sunday

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Watch, discuss ‘Screenagers’ at LHS Monday night

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‘Matter of Balance’ offered for seniors

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Chamber hosting trivia Networking at Night

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Lincoln library’s Armchair Cinema showing 1942 classic film

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Lincoln Senior Center taking signups for Foxwoods trip

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Winter Ball is Jan. 27 at Lincoln Senior Center

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Lincoln students will compete in district Spelling Bee Feb. 6

LINCOLN – Lincoln Public Schools will hold the district’s annual Spelling Bee on Tuesday, Feb. 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium at Lincoln Middle School, 152 Jenckes Hill Road. Snow date is... more