Onwards and upwards: A Lincoln charity which helps disadvantaged people across Lincolnshire is gearing up for a busy future after investing in their own premises.
Re-election plans: Plans to improve the Lincoln business and visitor experience has been outlines by the Lincoln Business Improvement Group (BIG), which hopes to be re-elected in October.
Foreign investors: More than 1,800 new jobs have been created in Greater Lincolnshire in the past year by 14 overseas businesses, according to new figures from the LEP.
Ready for launch: The new Lincoln HomeSense store will open in one half of the former Comet unit off Tritton Road in August.
Check your collector: A man has been fined £800 after household waste he cleared was dumped on a roadside by a “mobile scrap collector” he hired.
Tough climb: Squadron Leader Duncan Mason will be cycling up a 6,273 ft mountain three times in a day in memory of a Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging and his trust.
Gearing up for charity: The Mayor of Lincoln took to his bicycle in order to raise awareness ahead of an upcoming 32-mile charity ride.
Room for one more?: Roxy the Lincoln rescue dog is recovering from her fourth litter and volunteers are looking for owners for her puppies.
Change is needed: Lucy Rigby argues that Labour would offer a quicker and more comprehensive NHS care package than the current government.
Car crime: Police are reminding car owners to remain vigilant after a spike in vehicle crime in Lincoln and North Hykeham.