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A school maintenance worker from Lincoln was arrested last Tuesday, Aug. [Read More]
For the DiChiara family of Lincoln, the path to good health was marked by uphill battles, setbacks and ultimately, triumphs. In other words, it was... [Read More]
Lincoln Police have taken a Massachusetts woman into custody after the 26-year-old mother allegedly left her infant child in a parked car at Twin River... [Read More]
Members of the North Providence School Committee voted against approving the payment of bills at last Wednesday's special meeting, citing a need to further review... [Read More]
Over the next several weeks, those passing by Lincoln High School will see the first of many major changes begin to take shape leading up... [Read More]
The William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School is in new, though familiar, hands. Adam Flynn-Tabloff, who has spent his entire career at... [Read More]
While leaders of the North Providence School Department grapple with the fallout from an untimely and unexpected superintendent search, those vying for positions on the... [Read More]
School may be out for the summer, but on a hot July day, many students in North Providence could be found working diligently on their... [Read More]
The 47,000-square-foot building taking shape off Broad Street is the future home of the Central Falls Neighborhood Health Station, a community health center with a... [Read More]
Rhode Island State Police have declined to investigate a complaint from a Lincoln resident alleging that state bidding laws were violated by the town of... [Read More]
Plans for a hotel off Route 116 near the Lincoln Mall took a step forward last week when the Lincoln Planning Board recommended the proposal... [Read More]
Three weeks after accepting a position as Lincoln's school business administrator on May 21, former North Providence School Finance Director John McNamee penned a letter... [Read More]
The North Providence School Committee accepted the resignation of Superintendent of Schools Bridget Morisseau last week after learning she spent thousands of dollars in school... [Read More]
A group of companies in New England Way Industrial Park have teamed up in a grassroots effort to keep the park clean for their businesses,... [Read More]
The North Providence School Committee is set to decide the fate of Supt. Bridget Morisseau, who was placed on administrative leave on July 18. [Read More]
The construction of a new Albion Post Office at 15 School St. will take longer than previously anticipated, potentially extending the expected completion date into... [Read More]
For several decades, a granite marker has served as the only reminder of a missing piece of Lincoln's historic landscape along the Blackstone Canal. Today,... [Read More]
Pieces of a coffin and two grave markers have been discovered by archaeologists excavating a grave shaft at the corner of a site slated for... [Read More]
A former carpet store on Mineral Spring Avenue has been transformed from vacant retail/warehouse space into a family fun center called Fab-YOU-Us, offering a destination... [Read More]
When a "for rent" sign popped up outside the circa 1750 building at 3777 Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland resident Roberta Sproul's dream was set into... [Read More]