Lincoln-inspired celebrations: Hardwood furniture retailer Oak Furniture Land is preparing to open its first Lincoln store after creating seven local jobs.
Final chance: After a once in a lifetime Lincoln Cathedral turret tour attracted such a high demand, the Works Department have managed to fill places for a second day.
Thursday, August 21
GCSE wait is over: GCSE students from Lincoln and the surrounding areas found out their GCSE grades today and school are congratulating pupils on their hard work.
Let the shopping commence: Jack Wills will open its doors for its first full day of service on Friday, August 22.
Green Flag Award: The Arboretum and Hartsholme Park in Lincoln have been recognised once again by the prestigious Green Flag award scheme.
Unauthorised camp: A group of unauthorised campers have pitched up on a pre-booked campsite at Hartsholme Country Park.
Wednesday, August 20
Saddle up: Four new docking stations and more bikes are being added to mark the one year of Lincoln’s bike hire scheme hirebike.
One of a kind: Work to turn a former hospital in Bracebridge Heath into 183 luxury homes and apartments is well underway.
Cause for celebration: Britain’s most decorated winter Paralympian, Jade Etherington, officially opened the new offices of a Bridge McFarland in Lincoln.
Tuesday, August 19
NK community champions: The finalists for the fourth annual North Kesteven Community Champion Awards have been announced, and this year’s winners will be honoured at a special ceremony.