Huckleberry’s Lincoln: Lovers of American dining can tuck into a brand new menu at an authentic smokehouse bar and grill.
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.
Thursday, November 26
Lincoln Draft Local Plan: Consultations have come to an end on the Central Lincolnshire Draft Local Plan and responses will be reviewed.
Dividend bonus: Lincolnshire Co-op members who hold dividend cards will share a total of £1.56 million after a successful year of trading for the society.
Lincolnshire leaders: Outline applications are now being accepted for programmes designed to support businesses and community projects in Lincolnshire.
Fundraising drive: Two Lincoln charities have shared almost £2,000 from the first fundraising venture by the LN6 Business Network.
Wednesday, November 25
Freewheeling to success: James Mitchell is proud of what he has achieved but he has had to overcome some battles to get the best results for the business.
Online shopping: Lincoln businesses need to take advantage of the huge potential online shopping has to offer say eCommerce experts.
Friday, November 20
Grand unveiling: The first phase of the new Riseholme College campus at the Lincolnshire Showground has been officially opened.
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.
Growing strong and fresh: After achieving what he was told was the impossible, Mark Newton’s new goal is to help Freshtime grow to new levels.
Tuesday, November 17
Food and drink: Three Lincoln businesses have been recognised as the best in their class at the Taste of Excellence Food and Drink Awards.
Monday, November 16
New fish shop: A new seafood shop is set to open in Lincoln city centre.
Cut above the rest: A Lincoln hairdressing business has relocated and expanded, with three new members of staff.
Friday, November 13
Expansion: A family waste oil firm has completed a partnership deal which will see it move its business to a brand new Lincoln depot.