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Tom Cosgrove memorialized with freeway sign

Friends, family and co-workers of Tom Cosgrove gathered Friday in a dusty, unfinished park to pay tribute to the man and the highway bypass he worked so hard to see built. Cosgrov ...

A fitting way to remember Tom Cosgrove

Tom Cosgrove, one of Lincoln’s biggest advocates, is missed every day by community members and those he worked with in local and regional agencies. The Lincoln City Councilm ...

Tom Cosgrove to be honored Friday as bypass shares his name

State Road 65 Lincoln Bypass will be named the Thomas J. Cosgrove Memorial Highway this Friday. Cosgrove, who died Feb. 8, 2017, was a longtime Lincoln advocate. Before becoming t ...

Cosgrove family appreciates community’s support

There are no words to adequately express our gratitude to the community for your support. The sudden loss of Tom (Cosgrove) has been truly heartbreaking for our family and countles ...

Tom Cosgrove is greatly missed

Tom Cosgrove's passing leaves a void in the community and in his family for sure. His relentless work as a City Councilman on the 65 bypass stands among his many achievements a ...

Leaving a Legacy

Tom Cosgrove’s role in making the Lincoln Bypass a reality cannot be underestimated.  In transportation, you don't build a $325 million project in a rural county wit ...

Beloved Tom Cosgrove dies unexpectedly

Tom Cosgrove died Feb. 8 after unexpectedly suffering a stroke the week before. He was 67. Since moving from Citrus Heights to downtown Lincoln in 1987, Cosgrove was committed to ...

Two men who made huge impacts in Lincoln

The last few weeks have been sad for residents with the passing of two long-time community members devoted to the city. Those community members, Jerry Logan and Tom Cosgrove, both ...

Vote for Measure M for economic prosperity

Measure M will be before voters on Election Day, and if we want to stay on the path to economic prosperity, we need to approve it. When it comes to keeping Lincoln businesses stron ...

IOOF building purchased by Silver Horizon Properties

Curtis Smith, owner of Beermann's Restaurant, has purchased the historic IOOF building at 645 Fifth St. that houses his business. Smith confirmed the purchase Friday. “ ...

Lincoln Council approves transportation spending plan

Celia McAdam, the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) executive director, visited Lincoln Tuesday night as part of a whirlwind tour of the county. McAdam is sprea ...

Cosgrove takes over as chamber's CEO

Tom Cosgrove, a former Lincoln City Councilman for 18 years and former NEC Electronics manager for 17 years, is the nonprofit Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce’s new CEO. He ...

Tom Cosgrove capable leader for Lincoln chamber

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, formed in the early 1900s, has played a big part in the city’s development. The chamber’s mission is to advocate for business an ...

Public says bye to Councilman Tom Cosgrove

The city of Lincoln, City Council members and the public bid a fond farewell to Councilman Tom Cosgrove during the Dec. 11 council meeting. Cosgrove, who served on the c ...

City’s on the right track

  Over the last few years, there have been declarations that city finances are headed for disaster, that we are in a nose dive headed for a crash, we are going bankrupt and t ...