Police Activities League

Your interests could interest Lincoln's youth

Know and Go What: Lincoln Youth Center Where: 391 H St. When: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday To volunteer at the center, call Claire Luke at 253-3711 or Harri ...

National Night Out

Neighbors in both the rural and city limit sections of Lincoln got out of the house and into the summer heat this week for National Night Out. Although National Night Out is offici ...

Some nonprofits' salaries hit hard by economy

Salaries for Lincoln’s nonprofit organizations’ executive directors vary as much as the roles they play. The News Messenger surveyed various Lincoln nonprofit organizations abo ...

Junior Giants take a swing at life lessons

Nutrition and accountability are a big part of the Junior Giants baseball field, next to baseball gloves and bases. The Lincoln Police Activities League (PAL) is ramping up for it ...

Jack Gallagher to perform here April 15

Know and Go: What: Lincoln Police Activities League’s annual Comedy Night featuring Jack Gallagher When: 7 p.m. April 15. Social hour starts at 6 p.m. Where: Heritage Theater, ...

Night Out one highlight from busy summer

On Aug. 3, members of the PAL Board and young people from our Youth Center celebrated National Night Out by bringing our PAL Snack Shack to the residents of Village No. 4 in Linc ...

4 nonprofits get free rent

Three Lincoln nonprofit organizations are still paying $1 annually and one organization nothing to rent city-owned buildings, despite the June 22 City Council decision to no longer ...

PAL and chamber of commerce leases approved at City Council meeting

Tuesday night’s City Council meeting was unusually short, lasting only 30 minutes. City Manager Jim Estep told The News Messenger, after the meeting, that was because of a lack ...

PAL and chamber take over paying their utilities

The City Council will meet May 11 to formalize leases for property used by the Police Activities League and the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce. Both organizations will remain at ...

Comedy night left them laughing

The old saying that “Many hands make light work” sure holds true in Lincoln. More than 200 people enjoyed a full evening of laughter at the Heritage Theater on April 9, than ...