Motivational words: A winner of BBC One’s The Voice visited a Lincolnshire school to give a talk to 15 and 16-year-old students.
Thursday, February 26
Wednesday, February 25
Cover interview: On the cover of this week’s Lincolnshire Business magazine is Leo Dack, the businessman the the wheel of Vauxalist.
Thursday, February 19
Campers move on: After they left the Morrisons car park on Thursday afternoon, the unauthorised campers have settled on King George’s Field.
Wednesday, February 18
Assange video conference: Controversial Wikileaks founder Julian Assange will speak via video link at a University of Lincoln conference.
Alcoholics’ recovery: A new centre in Lincoln has recently opened to help alcoholics tackle their addiction.
Thursday, February 12
Sexy Lincoln farmer: George Grant, 20, from Wragby village near Lincoln has been named as the sexiest farmer in Britain.
Friday, February 6
Wage campaign: Around 20% of businesses in Lincoln pay less than the living wage to their employees, according to recent data.
Cooplands close: Three of Lincoln’s Cooplands bakery stores have been closed, resulting in dozens of job losses, after the company went into administration.
Wednesday, January 28
Social gaming: Two University of Lincoln graduates’ fantasy video game has been listed in the top 51 British games to look out for in 2015.
Tuesday, January 27
Charity work honoured: Chis Illsley from Running Imp will become an Honorary Freeman of the City of Lincoln.