Lincoln

National Park Service prepares to make new home off I-295

LINCOLN – The Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park will soon move its headquarters to the I-295 visitor center, the underused rest area near Exit 20 with access to the Blackstone River... more

Cicilline will host Community Conversation at Lincoln Middle School

LINCOLN – Congressman David Cicilline invites the public to a Community Conversation on Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 6:30 p.m. at Lincoln Middle School, 152 Jenckes Hill Road. The U.S. representative for... more

Lincoln School Committee plans to choose new superintendent by April 9

LINCOLN – School officials have given an updated timeline for hiring a new superintendent of schools to replace Georgia Furtunato, who will retire in June after 37 years working in district schools... more

Cabinet member McMahon talks business, jobs, and her early years making meatballs

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I had to chance to ask questions of Linda McMahon, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator and member of President Donald Trump's cabinet. We spoke a few hours before she addressed... more

Town Administrator Almond seeking re-election

LINCOLN – T. Joseph Almond confirmed this week that he will seek re-election for another four-year term as Lincoln’s town administrator. Almond, 61, is in his 12th year in the role. A retired police... more

Lincoln Housing Authority rated ‘High Performer’

LINCOLN – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has rated Lincoln Housing Authority’s Public Housing Program as a “High Performer” for their Public Housing Assessment System Score for... more