Work underway: The first sod of turf on the site of the Lincoln Tank Memorial was finally dug on March 6.
Head Candy closed: The last shop selling so-called legal highs in Lincoln has closed its doors after being served with a community protection notice.
Burglary arrest: A man has been arrested following six burglaries of small businesses in Lincoln city centre.
Mobility scooter theft: Police are appealing for information and witnesses after an elderly lady had her mobility scooter stolen in Lincoln.
Candidate announced: The Lib Dems have chosen Matthew Holden as their candidate for Sleaford and North Hykeham in May’s General Election.
Brayford boat service: A brand new water taxi service will be entertaining visitors to Lincoln this summer.
Debating debates: Kamran Hussain argues constituents should have the opportunity to question all parliamentary candidates in the run up to the General Election.
Thursday, March 5
Planning approved: Developers have been given the go-ahead to build a new 350 home estate on the edge of Welton, near Lincoln.
Housing approved: Outline planning permission has been granted for two schemes to build houses on former school sites in Lincoln.
New housing: City of Lincoln Council has submitted proposals to demolish over 60 bungalows in the city to make way for council bungalows.