State OK’s Lincoln’s withdrawal from MAUSD

The Vermont State Board of Education on Wednesday approved Lincoln’s plan to withdraw from the Mount Abraham Unified School District.

Lincoln News for May 19

LINCOLN — The town-wide yard sale to benefit Weathervane United Inc., will be held on Saturday, May 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine. There will be sales at homes all over town, at the historical society, the library and the Weathervane walkway. The … (read more)

Lincoln news for May 12

The Lincoln Library is publishing a booklet called Exploring Lincoln. This booklet was accomplished with the help of many community members, and was inspired by the Hill County Hunt booklet of 30 years ago.

Lincoln arborist leads women into trees

Bear LeVangie has made it her life’s work to study trees and be a proud steward of their health and longevity in her own Lincoln community and beyond.

Lincoln news for May 5

The Lincoln Cooperative Preschool will hold its second annual online auction Friday, May 13, through Friday, May 27.

Lincoln news for Apr. 28

The Ladies Aid Industria will be accepting clean, usable donations on Wednesday, May 4, from 1 to 6 p.m. at Burnham Hall.

Brett Hughes and That Bluegrass Band play in Lincoln

The group will perform on Saturday, May 7 at Burnham Hall in Lincoln. This concert kicks off RCCH 27th year.

State hears Lincoln bid to leave the MAUSD

“We still have a lot of work to do on our journey here,” said James Warnock, who along with SCS colleague Paul Forlenza helped represent Lincoln’s interests before the VSBE on Wednesday.

Proposed Lincoln airstrip sparks debate

A recent decision by the town of Lincoln to permit a “restricted landing area” for aircraft on a private residential property has drawn criticism from neighbors and other residents who believe the permit application should have undergone public review.

Lincoln news for Apr. 14

When you start spring cleaning or clearing out your garden beds, don’t forget about the Lincoln Library.

Lincoln news for Apr. 7

Need something for the kids to do during school vacation? The library will continue to offer its Open Art Studio from April 18 through April 22.

Lincoln news for Mar. 31

Ripton Coffee House on the Road presents a special night of music with 2021 New England Music Awards Songwriter of the Year, Sarah King.

Lincoln news for Mar. 24

Dog licenses expire each year on April 1. State law requires owners of all canines aged 6 months or older to license their pet annually with the town clerk.

Lincoln news for Mar. 17

It’s time to play ball! Registration is now open for all Little League baseball and softball players.

Volunteers head to kitchens to tackle food insecurity

A new program launched by the Metta Earth project is hoping to establish more connections between food producers and community members experiencing food insecurity. Its recipe for success includes a special ingredient: home cooking.