More jobs: The upcoming High Street Next store has created 32 new jobs in Lincoln.
Wednesday, August 27
Sneak peek: The HomeSense Lincoln store is opening this week, creating some 50 new jobs in the city.
Lunch service: A new Lincoln business is ensuring those on a busy schedule get their lunch with a new food delivery service.
Friday, August 22
Lincoln-inspired celebrations: Hardwood furniture retailer Oak Furniture Land is preparing to open its first Lincoln store after creating seven local jobs.
Value housing: New research has found that Lincolnshire homes in urban areas are leading the market recovery.
Expnasion: A Lincoln care business has expanded due to high demand, with a new premises in the city.
Thursday, August 21
Let the shopping commence: Jack Wills will open its doors for its first full day of service on Friday, August 22.
Wednesday, August 20
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
On a brighter note: Ten music tutors at a Lincoln music school and shop have kept their jobs, and 200 students can continue learning after finding a new premises.
Friday, August 15
Good causes step up: A fundraising scheme run by Lincolnshire Co-Operative has seen more than £244,000 shared between over 380 groups, including 106 in the Lincoln area.