EAP return? Lincolnshire Police said there are no confirmed plans for a second anti-mosque protest in Lincoln by the East Anglian Patriots.
Pinch point relief: Major road works scheme to improve Newark Road at the junction with Rookery Lane and Brant Road will start in July.
Friday, June 14
Seven years jail: A dangerous sex offender from Lincoln was jailed for seven years for an attack on an eight-year-old girl in the city.
Tight pensions: Research by Lincoln MP Karl McCartney indicates that Labour’s plan to cut pensions would affect some 18,130 pensioners in the city, but Lucy Rigby disagrees.
Thursday, June 13
First look: Visitors to Lincoln Castle will be able to go onto the newly-completed south curtain wall from the end of June, where there has never been access before.
Industrial unit burglary: Police are looking to trace a set of martial arts weapons stolen from an industrial unit in Lincoln last week.
Last call: The makers of the Lincoln edition of the Monopoly board game say there have been very few suggestions for the board’s cheap Old Kent Road property.
CCTV appeal: Police search for man after a wallet containing a cash card was stolen from a Lincoln train, with over £2,500 later spent on the card.
Fortnight in jail: A Lincolnshire man who posted offensive comments on Facebook following the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich has ben jailed.
BP Portrait Award: Lincoln based artist Greg Kapka has been selected to exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in London this summer.