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Two fire district mergers were on the agenda at last Thursday's meeting of the Saylesville Fire District, whose board of wardens discussed the status of... [Read More]
At North Providence High School, motivated students are getting a jump-start on college and career by enrolling in one of two career and technical education... [Read More]
The front windows of 10 Bradford Drive are boarded up, protecting the home from a swarm of gigantic spiders attempting to pry inside. Two skeletons... [Read More]
Talk of another fire district consolidation has officially been rekindled in Lincoln, with the Albion Fire District considering merging with the Saylesville Fire District, which... [Read More]
Members of the North Providence School Committee expressed concerns last week regarding the huge price tag for removing mold from the Dr. Edward A. [Read More]
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... [Read More]
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... [Read More]
Signing off as chairman of the Manville Fire Board of Wardens, Bob Lake told residents at a Sept. [Read More]
Anthony Marciano, veteran at-large School Committee member and chairman, will hold his position for another term after North Providence voters selected the incumbent candidate over... [Read More]
It's an unlikely story. Propelled by community support, a group of seven Special Olympians from northern Rhode Island took home gold, silver and bronze medals... [Read More]
The developer responsible for building the Albion Post Office said his project timeline has been delayed another month or so due to factors outside of... [Read More]
It's the millennial quandary, according to Christopher Peterson: having a strong desire to create something, but lacking the space and resources to do so. [Read More]
Cheers erupted from Jeffrey Mutter supporters gathered at Angelo's Palace Pizza Wednesday night as primary election results began to pour in, with Sen. Ryan Pearson stepping... [Read More]
Mayor Charles Lombardi hopes to hold a "topping off" ceremony during the last week of September to celebrate the final piece of steel going up... [Read More]
The "Lincoln Lofts," proposed to transform the former Sayles Mill building off Walker Street into apartments, moved forward in the planning process Tuesday night after... [Read More]
Two new School Resource Officers began serving in the town's schools last week, adding an additional layer of security to the district's educational facilities by... [Read More]
No one from the public spoke out against the proposed Lincoln Ridge hotel project at last Wednesday's Planning Board meeting, leading to preliminary plan approval... [Read More]
Chipotle Mexican Grill and IHOP, Lincoln Mall's two newest dining destinations, are set to open this fall, serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner between the... [Read More]
Steel and concrete are rising over the dust of the former Stephen Olney and James L. [Read More]
The first day of school for students at the Dr. Edward A. [Read More]