city of lincoln

Local leaders upset with state-ordered 36 percent water reduction

A state water agency Saturday ordered Lincoln to comply with some of the most severe restrictions in California. One Lincoln City Councilman insists the ci ...

Lincoln City council approves sign ordinance

After 20 months of discussion, Lincoln City Council voted Tuesday night to approve the first reading of the long-debated city sign ordinance—with one proviso: City Council ga ...

Two fire stations temporarily close March 5

When three firefighters did not show up for a morning shift change March 5, it sparked social media rumors that Lincoln Fire Department personnel were staging a protest. Lincoln P ...

New Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower to add senior staff

Before moving last month from Ocala, Fla. to become Lincoln's new city manager, Matt Brower said that economic development would be one of his top ...

Two fire stations temporarly closed for the day

According to Scott McKinney president of Lincoln Professional Firefighters Association "At 8 a.m. this morning at shift change, we only had three firefighters ins ...

Help John Adams Academy be built here

  I am a mother and Lincoln citizen raising three young kids. I received an e-mail concerning the building of the John Adams Academy in Lincoln. I have heard many rumors that ...

Help the airport increase its economic capabilities

Since moving to Lincoln six years ago, I’ve considered the Lincoln Regional Airport a gold mine waiting to be discovered. The airport located on the western side of Lincoln ...

Lincoln Hills executive director likes collaborating with city, chamber

Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association executive director Christopher O’Keefe might be the active–adult community’s biggest cheerleader. The community open ...

Council approves lease for top floor of former City Hall

After standing empty for nearly six years, the top floor of the “old” City Hall —built in 2001—will be home to a local medical-services company. The two-st ...

14 residents join city’s committees

 Fourteen Lincoln residents were appointed Tuesday to four-year terms on city of Lincoln committees at the Lincoln City Council meeting. They join other residents serving ...