Coping strategy: Local services and organisations are practicing what they would do in the event of a major incident in the south of Lincoln this week.
Friday, May 17
Special memorial: Lincoln paid tribute to the men who formed the WW2 Dambusters Squadron with a memorial at the Cathedral and a flypast.
Packed day: The first Lincolnshire Charity Expo helped third-sector organisations to learn more about marketing their services and objectives.
Tuesday, May 14
Vroom: Motorcyclists got to show off their skills on RAF Waddington’s tarmac over the weekend.
Monday, May 13
5k fun run: People ran for their lives in the second Lincoln Zombie Run, with 12 obstacles and dozens of bloodthirsty zombies.
Sunday, May 12
King of the hill: Olympic gold medalist Peter Kennaugh won the 58th University of Lincoln Grand Prix, after a gruelling 13 laps around the city totalling 102 miles.
Wednesday, May 8
Caffeinated: The new Costa coffee shop on Lincoln High Street is the fifth shop from the chain in the city, with a further two openings planned for later this year.
Monday, May 6
Back in time: Lincoln Castle put on a special event looking at the lives of Victorians in the military and their families.
Thursday, May 2
Success stories: A start up business incubation centre in Lincoln is celebrating 10 years supporting new companies in the region.
Sunday, April 28
Charity fun run: Dozens of runners donned bright yellow outfits for the Lincoln Spring Chicken Run around the High Street and Brayford to raise money for charity.