Growth Deal: A £111.2 million growth deal for Lincolnshire was given an official kickstart on Tuesday, October 21 as Local Growth Minster Penny Moudaunt MP put pen to paper in Lincoln.
Poignant marker: Staff and members of Busy Days day care centre in Lincoln had the chance to plant commemorative poppies at the Tower of London.
Green light: The City of Lincoln Council has signed confirmed its commitment to spent £1.2 million to revamp Yarborough Leisure Centre.
Friday, October 17
Building bridges for health: The Lincolnite took a tour of the new £14m Joseph Banks Laboratories at the University of Lincoln.
Monday, October 13
Recycled bikes for sale: A collection of donated bikes that have been recycled are now on sale to people affected by homelessness in Lincoln.
Gone before your eyes: Lincoln opticians assistant Cheryl Flint will lose her locks this week for Breast Cancer Care.
Engineering future: The new University Technical College in Lincoln welcomed the next year group of engineering and science students to its first open day.
Friday, October 10
Fi-Fi-Fo-Fum: The Lincoln Theatre Royal Christmas pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk was launched with a special event honouring the services of variety duo Cannon and Ball.
Thursday, October 9
Synchronised reading: 1,000 pupils from Priory Witham Academy in Lincoln took part in a ‘reading flash mob’ to celebrate their new library.
From Agrabah to Lincoln: Lincoln panto-goers can now get their tickets for the Drill Hall’s annual pantomime performance, and this year’s show is ‘a whole new world’.