Lincoln

Parents begin grassroots efforts to educate children

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With the clock counting down until the first day of school, Rhode Island students and their parents are growing anxious. The state is not expected to announce its exact plans for reopening schools... more

Rhode Islanders asked to report deer sightings

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... more

Volunteers help track improving quality of the Blackstone

LINCOLN – Last Saturday morning, Tracey Belliveau put on her waders and headed down to the Albion Dam spillway in Lincoln, which she does on the second Saturday of every month, from April to November... more

Albion Post Office open at last

LINCOLN - The Albion Post Office has opened to the public again more than three years after a fire destroyed its original building. Since then, residents have weathered a storm of construction delays... more

Town seeks appraisal for Fairlawn School building

LINCOLN – Lincoln officials are taking steps toward selling the former Fairlawn School to Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy, hiring a company to appraise the building ahead of any potential sale... more

Rediscovered cemetery a treasure trove of history in Lincoln

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LINCOLN – It is one of those places lost to time, falling out of people’s memories over the years as overgrown brambles weaved up like a tapestry blocking the site from view. Thousands of cars pass... more

Candidates claim interference after Spezzano drops out

LINCOLN – Local Republicans running for office are saying members of the Lincoln Town Council have participated in election interference heading into the primary. The accusations, made by John Cullen... more

Knights of Columbus group continues food drives, offers notary services

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Council Knights of Columbus is continuing its weekly food drive every Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. as long as the pandemic is with us. Beginning Friday, Aug. 14, there will be... more