Mass strike: Staff from various public sector roles will be on strike today – follow along with our liveblog of events.
Thursday, July 10
Monday, July 7
Huge investment: The Greater Lincolnshire LEP has managed to secure £40 million funding for the next two years on key projects.
Wednesday, July 2
£14m for roads: Lincolnshire County Council pledged to match the government’s additional road repair funding of £5.5m.
Second year of the scheme: Just over half of households in Lincoln have renewed their £25 yearly green bin collection subscription.
Thursday, June 26
Transport Secretary in Lincoln visit: The overall capacity of the railway line has to be improved before Lincoln can have better train links to London, said Patrick McLoughlin when he visited the city.
City centre march: Public sector workers will march in Lincoln in July as part of a day of national strike action over pay.
Friday, June 20
Individual Electoral Registration: A new method has been introduced to change the way people register to vote in Lincoln.
Thursday, June 19
Ed Balls in Lincoln: The Shadow Secretary Chancellor of the Exchequer visited local businesses and discussed challenges facing businesses across Lincolnshire.
Monday, June 16
More new homes: The council is deciding if it will put aside £15 million in future council housing schemes.
Wednesday, June 11
Fourth year at a loss: The 2013 Lincoln Christmas Market has made a loss of £83,000 and now the City of Lincoln Council are looking to increase stall prices by 12%.