Portland Street raid: Community orders and fines totalling £2020 have been handed to a Lincoln shop owner and employee for selling fake cigarettes and tobacco.
Universities measured: The University of Lincoln’s place in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide fell for the third consecutive year, while Bishop Grosseteste rose four places.
Celebrity close-ups: Britain’s most decorated press photographer is putting on his first ever exhibition in Lincoln.
BYOB Lebanese restaurant: A new restaurant in Lincoln hopes to fill a gap in the market for Mediterranean food.
Last chance: Due to the popularity of the Lincoln Cathedral North West turret tours, visitors will have one last chance to grab a place on some added dates.
Free history tours: The Mayor of Lincoln will be opening his ‘home’ to members of the public for an expanded series of free tours.
Thursday, September 18
Skellingthorpe and Burton Waters: The Access LN6 bike hire scheme has been extended to two Lincoln villages, a year after it was first launched.
Walking the line: The Chief Executive of St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice has pledged to join Lincoln MP Karl McCartney as he walks the boundary of the Lincoln constituency.
Cycling for homelessness: Young people affected by homelessness in Lincoln are taking part in a charity bike ride to raise funds for a bike recycling project.
Community stars: Two teenagers from Lincoln have been awarded for organising a festival which brought people from the Monks Road area together with music.