Lincoln

Local businesses brace for two-week pause

LINCOLN – From large venues including Twin River Casino and R1 Indoor Karting to neighborhood pubs and local fitness centers, new state mandates beginning next week will impact Lincoln’s hospitality... more

Mask up, Santa

LINCOLN – A local teacher wants children to rest assured: Santa Claus will be wearing a mask when he visits your home this year. Nancy Conway Duffy, an elementary teacher of 30 years at the Northern... more

Lincoln’s new ornaments selling fast

LINCOLN – The town’s 150-year anniversary edition ornaments are selling “like hotcakes,” says Richard DiMase, with 41 of 265 of them sold within the first two hours of them becoming available late... more

Early plans for East Lantern Road project approved

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Planning Board has approved early plans for an extension of East Lantern Road. A subdivision application by Stephen Beuregard calls for the development of a roughly eight-acre... more

Lincoln forgives food, liquor license renewal fees

LINCOLN – Lincoln officials are giving a small pass to local businesses that are struggling to stay afloat this year. With all of the town’s food and drink business licenses up for annual renewal... more

Construction complete on Lincoln Lofts in Saylesville

LINCOLN – Dakota Partners, the developer behind the Lincoln Lofts project in Saylesville, has announced that construction is wrapping up, with residents ready to move in by the end of the month. The... more

Lincoln Knights of Columbus collecting items for Operation ROVAC

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Council Knights of Columbus is collecting new items in support of Operation ROVAC (Remembering Our Veterans at Christmas). The items collected will be donated to men and women... more

Revised hours and services at Lincoln Library announced

LINCOLN – Due to the state of Rhode Island’s two-week pause, the Lincoln Public Library, 145 Old River Road, will be offering limited services, starting Monday, Nov. 30, moving back to contactless... more

Lincoln Senior Center closed for two weeks beginning Nov. 30

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Senior Center, 150 Jenckes Hill Road, will be closing for two weeks beginning Monday, Nov. 30, due to COVID-19. The meditation event held every Thursday at 1 p.m. has been... more