Local artist donates painting of Lincoln

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LINCOLN – A life-size painting of the town of Lincoln’s namesake now adorns the front wall of the council chambers at Town Hall thanks to a donation from local artist Peter Campbell. The painting,... more

Lincoln police seek help locating suspects

Two men wanted by police for separate weekend incidents
LINCOLN – Lincoln Police are seeking information from the public on the whereabouts of two men suspected of separate alleged crimes occurring over the weekend. The first individual wanted by Lincoln... more

Veteran Lacombe named parade grand marshal

LINCOLN – Ernest Lacombe pulls a stack of black and white photographs from an envelope, pausing to point out a young soldier bundled up in winter clothes. “That’s the DMZ behind me,” he says,... more

Lincoln taxpayers vote to approve 2020 budget

Plenty of institutional knowledge now heads out the door
LINCOLN – The 144 taxpayers who attended Monday’s 124th annual Financial Town Meeting voted to pass an $85.2 million budget for the town and schools, representing less than one percent of the town's... more

New wing of Watershed Council’s environmental center opens Saturday

LINCOLN – The Blackstone River Watershed Council/Friends of the Blackstone will hold a grand opening celebration for the new addition to the Friends of the Blackstone Environmental Center at 100 New... more

Kara Haddad is Lincoln’s teacher of the year

LINCOLN – In a surprise ceremony held after school last week, Kara Haddad was announced as Lincoln’s 2019 Teacher of the Year and honored with the Horace Mann Crystal Owl Award. The award was... more

Relatives of veterans asked to pick up flags

LINCOLN – Though the members of Manville’s Alphonse Yelle Post #9 have volunteered to flag the graves of local veterans every Memorial Day, a dwindling number of volunteers and rise in members’ age... more