Neighbors appalled by vandalism at Fairlawn Park

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LINCOLN – Town Administrator Joseph Almond has asked for Lincoln police to increase their presence at Fairlawn Park after bouts of vandalism plagued the park last month. “With the park across the... more

Lincoln opts out of land sale with No. Providence

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LINCOLN – Lincoln officials have decided against selling land to North Providence to enhance Governor Notte Park, the neighboring community’s largest area of designated open space. Mayor Charles... more

Lincoln Police tracking speeding on Chapel Street

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LINCOLN – One of the town’s high-tech radar trailers has been placed on Chapel Street to collect data after neighbors expressed concern with an increasing volume of vehicles speeding down the roadway... more

Chickens approved for Lakeview Avenue

LINCOLN – Chickens will now be allowed at a Lakeview Avenue residence after a special use permit was approved Tuesday. Thomas and Michelle Farrell will be allowed to house no more than 10 chickens on... more

NEIT appoints Reardon

LINCOLN – Tim Reardon, of Lincoln, has joined New England Institute of Technology as vice president of enrollment management and marketing. In his new position, Reardon will draw upon his years of... more

Lincoln Public Library announces updated hours, new rules

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Public Library, 145 Old River Road, is open with new rules in place with modified hours. Visitors can now browse a limited area of the library or check out items being held for... more