Huckleberry’s Lincoln: Lovers of American dining can tuck into a brand new menu at an authentic smokehouse bar and grill.
Monday, November 30
Flavour of what’s inside: A special new cook book, featuring recipes from independent food and drink businesses from across the county, has been launched.
Inspirational student: A Lincoln College apprentice has received a Daily Mirror Hero of Construction Award for her hard work and dedication while studying – during a difficult time in her life.
Friday, November 20
Grand unveiling: The first phase of the new Riseholme College campus at the Lincolnshire Showground has been officially opened.
New leadership: Professor Susan Rigby has been named as the University of Lincoln’s new Deputy Vice Chancellor.
Reunion of giants: Watch the trailer for an upcoming documentary about the reunion tour of the last two airworthy Lancaster Bombers in Lincolnshire.
Thursday, November 19
Lincoln illuminated: Thousands of people turned out in Lincoln on the evening of November 19 to watch as the city’s Christmas lights were illuminated.
Hungry for justice: Restaurant and fast food outlet workers will descend on Lincoln city centre this weekend for a demonstration over pay packages and zero-hour contracts.
Poor Lexi: A Lincoln rescue kennel is appealling for donations to restore a severely mistreated dog to health after she was brought in to them riddled with ailments.
Trespass incident: Lincoln trains are affected by a trespass incident on the line near Grimsby.
Parking rage: Lincolnshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was reportedly punched, spat at and scratched at a Lincoln shopping centre.
Future of Riseholme: Pending plans would see major investment at the University of Lincoln’s Riseholme campus, including around 750 homes.
Wednesday, November 18
Underage sales: A warning has been issued after 11 shops in Lincoln and North Hykeham were found to be selling e-liquids and e-cigarettes to under 18s.
Say ‘hello’: An international event encouraging people from all backgrounds to integrate and get to know one another is returning to Lincoln next week.
Well prepared: An eccentric Lincolnshire investor has created his very own underground bunker, capable of outstaying an apocalypse.