Will the ban work?: A historic decision to make Lincoln the first city in the UK to ban the consumption of legal highs has been deemed “impossible to enforce” by a recognised policing expert.
Friday, February 27
Thursday, February 26
Stolen horses found: Three horses that were stolen from their rescue home paddocks near Lincoln have been recovered, and their care transferred to another organisation.
Council clear up: City of Lincoln Council has announced the cost of cleaning the site where travellers set up camp for nearly a week.
Taser use: A child from Lincolnshire was the youngest person to have a Taser used on them in 2012-2013, new statistics have revealed.
Wednesday, February 25
Wanted man: Police are appealing for information to find a Lincoln burglar who has not been seen since the start of February.
Tuesday, February 24
Ban approved: Lincoln is the first city in the UK to ban the consumption of legal highs and alcohol in public spaces.
Missing man found: A 24 year old man reported missing by staff at Lincoln County Hospital has been found in Nottinghamshire.
Legal action: The City of Lincoln Council will pursue legal action after an unauthorised encampment of caravans failed to leave a Lincoln playing field.
Homicide stats: Lincolnshire has the third highest murder rate in England and Wales, according to new data.
Friday, February 20
Caravans stay: A group of unauthorised campers remain on a Lincoln playing field after previously parking caravans on the Morrisons supermarket car park in the city centre.