Downtown Lincoln Association

McBean Stadium renovation advances

Collegiate baseball at McBean Park Stadium moved forward Tuesday night when the Lincoln City Council unanimously approved spending $100,000 on a landscape architect. The council v ...

Christmas parade captures community spirit

Parades have always been special to me. I grew up in Dixon and the annual Mayfair Parade was something my sisters and I looked forward to and never missed. This past July, I was h ...

Chamber chief executive officer out of a job

Julia Jordan, the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce CEO, was no longer employed by the organization as of Nov. 4. Jordan, who started March 2, had been on the job eight months. Jo ...

Scarecrows, some scary and some funny, visit downtown Lincoln

Seventeen entries in the annual Community Scarecrow Contest are currently displayed in downtown Lincoln through Oct. 31. The Downtown Lincoln Association sponsors the contest. Li ...

Downtown unveiling draws huge crowd

Despite the rain more than 1,000 people came downtown last Saturday to witness the unveiling of an improved streetscape on Lincoln Boulevard, the installation of the first piece of ...

Improvements wrap up for unveiling

Lincoln Boulevard will be closed from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday for a day-long block party, featuring a cattle drive and live music, to celebrate the unveiling of improvements made ...

Eyes on Lincoln

A pack of spooky canines took over October’s Food Mob Truck event Tuesday night. The monthly event, sponsored by the Downtown Lincoln Association, featured a pet costume con ...

Baseball booster group forms

Two college baseball teams could possibly play at McBean Park, according to Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower at Friday’s Downtown Lincoln Association meeting. “I&rsquo ...

Baseball booster group forms

Two college baseball teams could possibly play at McBean Park, according to Lincoln City Manager Matt Brower at Friday’s Downtown Lincoln Association meeting. “I&rsquo ...

Food trucks, football featured Tuesday

Lincoln’s monthly food truck event will have a special community theme Tuesday; an introduction to the high school’s football team, cheerleaders and band. The Food Tru ...

Key to our Hearts Giveaway winner announced

Nancy Storz of Lincoln is the Valentine’s Day winner of the Downtown Lincoln Association’s inaugural Key to our Hearts Giveaway. Storz won $700 worth of items from ...

Civic groups poised to oppose sign ordinance at Feb. 24 city council meeting

Just when it seemed that Lincoln’s city staff had crafted a sign ordinance that satisfied the needs of its diverse business community, at least two local civic groups raised ...

Holiday boutique’s first year a big success

Several hundred residents flocked to the Christmas Craft Boutique Saturday, hosted by the Downtown Lincoln Association, according to event organizers. “It was a great event. ...