National award: The co-founder of a learning disability charity has been recognised for almost 40 years of service at a national awards ceremony.
Tuesday, May 19
Monday, May 18
Before I die: Shoppers in Lincoln are being asked to think about death and their ambitions in an annual awareness campaign.
Thursday, May 14
£7 million investment: As part of an ongoing review into the rising issue of substance misuse treatment, the county council are making commitments to local services.
A helping hand: “Witnessing the catastrophic results of the recent Nepal earthquakes has been a harrowing experience,” writes Lincoln UTC Principal Rona Mackenzie.
Monday, May 11
Earthquake mission: Chief Fire Officer Dave Ramscar has returned to Lincoln after completing his 4,000 mile aid trip to Nepal.
Saturday, May 9
Colour Dash: Some 2,500 people raised over £100,000 at Lincoln’s first ever Colour Dash.
Monday, May 4
Homelessness help: A local partnership of councils is ‘breaking myths’ with a locally-produced video on youth homelessness.
Friday, May 1
Rainbow run: All 2,500 tickets to Lincolnshire’s first ever charity Colour Dash event have been snapped up with just over a week to go.
Lincolnshire chief: Leading an international aid mission in Nepal after a horrific earthquake is chief fire officer from Lincolnshire Dave Ramscar. He spoke to The Lincolnite from Kathmandu.
Thursday, April 30
Housing benefit stats: Find out the landlords in Lincoln who received the highest amount in housing benefit in 2013-2014.