For Pete’s sake

Southern transplant pup finds a new family in Lincoln
LINCOLN – Pete is a regular pup. He enjoys long walks in the neighborhood and being petted by his owners. Uninhibited by the disability that earned him the nickname “Peg Leg Pete,” he bounds forward... more

Azar revels in Town Council District 4 primary win

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LINCOLN – During primary day Sept. 12, Lincoln voters arriving to the polls were greeted by heavy rains and the enthusiastic shouts of Town Council District 4 candidate Pamela Azar, who split her... more

Fire board: No tax increase for Manville residents

Lake steps down as board chairman
LINCOLN – Signing off as chairman of the Manville Fire Board of Wardens, Bob Lake told residents at a Sept. 11 annual meeting that the department is “in good shape,” recommending no tax increase.... more

Lincoln’s Community Garden flourishes this season

Lincoln Community Garden thrives another year
LINCOLN – They say all things grow with love, and such is the case at Lincoln’s Community Garden, which has grown to include 37 individual gardeners, up from just three, since it was re-started in... more

Lincoln’s Kane appointed CFO at HopeHealth

LINCOLN – Addy Kane, of Lincoln, has been appointed chief financial officer of HopeHealth, a hospice, palliative care and visiting nurse provider serving Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Kane was... more

Great Road Day in Lincoln is Saturday

LINCOLN – This year’s annual Great Road Day in Lincoln, at which free tours are given at several historic buildings along the roadway, will include the official introduction of the Great Road... more

RSVP by Saturday for CFHS Class of 1968 reunion

CENTRAL FALLS – This Saturday, Sept. 22, is the deadline to purchase tickets for the 50th class reunion of the Central Falls High School Class of 1968 on Saturday, Oct. 20, 6-10 p.m., at the Madeira... more