Retiring: Three Lincoln councillors who have collectively served for 37 years will not be standing for re-election in May.
Thursday, April 17
Tuesday, April 15
Save Lincs Libraries: The Shadow Minister for Libraries Helen Goodman MP visited Lincoln to campaign against changes to the Ermine library.
Thursday, April 3
Lincoln visit: The Minister of State for Police and Criminal Justice has praised Lincolnshire Police and the work done in Lincoln to tackle anti-social behaviour.
Wednesday, April 2
Major solar development: Planning permission has been granted for a 50MW solar farm on the site of a former RAF base.
Problems to solve: Lincoln Prison is now a cleaner and safer place, but there is still work to do, the latest inspection report has found.
Tuesday, April 1
“Come and visit!” are the three words Owen Paterson, the DEFRA Secretary, used to describe Lincoln after a visit in the city.
Thursday, March 27
Legal consolidation: Plans are being discussed to move Lincoln Crown Court from Lincoln Castle into the Magistrates Court building on the High Street.
Wednesday, March 26
Teachers’ strike: Teachers and union representatives from Lincolnshire took part in a national strike and hosted a rally from a Lincoln pub.
Green bin collections: West Lindsey residents will see their garden waste collections resume from next week.
Housing scheme extended: A scheme to help people onto the property ladder has been extended, helping Lincoln residents.