Setting the first bricks: The first new-build agriculture college to be constructed in 50 years is taking form in Lincoln.
All inclusive: Families attending the Lincolnshire sport event Activities 4 All in Lincoln will be introduced to over 40 sports, activities and information.
Support needed: Businesses, charities and voluntary organisations are being asked to come forward to help support an emerging plan to improve the health and care sector in Greater Lincolnshire.
Crossing disruptions: The level crossing on Lincoln High Street was closed and traffic was diverted after a street vehicle crashed into the barrier on Friday, October 24.
Protecting children: A lawyer from Lincoln has advised some of the country’s biggest sports governing bodies on child protection in sport.
New store: A new Co-op store has opened in a village near Lincoln, costing £1 million.
Thursday, October 23
Appeal continues: The man who died after a car collided with his mobility scooter on Newark Road in Lincoln has been named as the appeal for information continues.
Lincoln demand: Following an increase in demand in the Lincoln area, Derby-based construction firm G F Tomlinson has opened a new office in the city centre.
Local delivery: Local construction company Woodhead has completed a £1 million University of Lincoln project, refurbishing facilities and working with local contractors.
Hands-on experience: Students from St Francis School, Lincoln, have been helping the UK’s leading potato supplier to spruce up their Lincoln site by planting over 40 kilos of daffodil bulbs.