Lincoln Vietnam veteran’s photos accepted into archive

LINCOLN – A collection of photos taken by a Lincoln resident over the span of several decades has been accepted into Texas Tech University’s Vietnam Center and Archive. The photos, depicting... more

Mellen turns down LMS principal job, returns to NP

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NORTH PROVIDENCE – Thomas “TJ” Mellen has announced his intent to remain principal of the Ricci Middle School in North Providence, resigning from his appointment as Lincoln Middle School’s next... more

Pichette running for re-eleciton in Lincoln's District 5

LINCOLN – Ken Pichette, District 5 Lincoln town councilman, plans to run for re-election in the fall. "Running for Town Council in 2010 was not something I ever intended to do," said Pichette in a... more

Chapel Street offers interfaith camp

LINCOLN – Chapel Street Congregational Church will hold a free, science-themed Interfaith Vacation Camp for children ages 4-11 this August, hoping to unite young members of the community in faith.... more

Jeffrey remembered with Little Free Library

LINCOLN – A Little Free Library has been established at Chase Farm, encouraging passersby to “take a book, share a book.” The wooden book box next to the Pullen Corner School House was built in... more

McManus running for School Committee

LINCOLN – Bill McManus, current Lincoln Budget Board member and former state representative, has announced his candidacy for election to the Lincoln School Committee. He said he hopes to serve on... more

Russo running again in District 1

LINCOLN – Arthur “TJ” Russo has announced that he will seek a sixth term as councilor for District 1 Saylesville/Fairlawn/Lonsdale, hoping to continue being the voice of his constituents on the Town... more

Pearson, Paolino point to budget wins for Lincoln

PROVIDENCE — Sen. Ryan Pearson, a Democrat in District 19, Cumberland, Lincoln, and Sen. Thomas Paolino, a Republican in District 17, Lincoln, North Providence, North Smithfield, supported the 2018-... more

‘Libraries Rock’ reading programs start with ice cream party

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Public Library is kicking off summer reading 2018 with an ice cream party on Monday, June 25, from 3 to 6 p.m. After the treat, interested people can sign up for the “Libraries... more