In the wake of the recent bankruptcy and sale of The Groves, two officials answered questions about the current state and future of the senior living complex at a Lincoln Council on Aging session this week.
By Brett Wittenberg
When they see the vet, many dogs cower, cats hide, birds screech and bang against their cages—but not when they see Dr. Betsy Johnson. Armed with a can of Cheez Whiz, catnip, and a stethoscope, she’s been healing Lincoln pets for 25 years in the setting where they’re most at ease: their own homes.
In response to a New York Times opinion piece bemoaning the trend in contemporary art museums toward hands-on, “walk-through experiences” as opposed to traditional pieces meant for stationary contemplation, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park director Dennis Kois wrote a piece defending the more participatory approach. “We have found that one type of art does not…
Lincoln residents of all ages are invited to meet with a nurse through a free town service. Come to get your blood pressure and/or BMI (body mass index) checked, ask questions, or learn about wellness resources. Dates and locations of fall clinics are: Friday, September 6 — 10 a.m.-noon, Community Building at Lincoln Woods (50…
Sudbury housing officials are trying to evict William Camuti, who has been charged in connection with the death of Stephen Rakes, from his Sudbury affordable-housing unit, and he has been investigated in the past by Sudbury police, the MetroWest Daily News reports.
The Lincoln Public Library continues its summer offerings for kids with a Mary Poppins singalong night, a magic show, and creatures that dig.