Thursday, January 23
Frying for funds: A Lincoln chippy has been recognised for its fundraising efforts
Safe county: The latest official statistics show crime decreased by 10% in Lincolnshire.
Team GB: Lincoln graduate and trainee teacher Jade Etherington will be flying the flag for Great Britain at the Winter Paralympic Games next month.
Legal highs: Research on the effects of ‘legal highs’ from Lincoln academics will feature in the new series of Channel 4′s Embarrassing Bodies.
Cat charity burglary: Staff at the Lincoln Cat Care Charity shop are appealing for donations after burglars forced entry and left with a safe and jewellery.
Agricultural college: A planning application for Bishop Burton College to relocate from Riseholme to a site adjacent to the Lincolnshire Showground has been approved.
Call for fair pay: University of Lincoln lecturers and staff who are part of the University and College Union (UCU) will begin a series of weekly two-hour strikes from January 23.
Right the first time: In her first column of the year, Susan Marot discusses how overlooking the little things in your approach to selling can cause problems later on.
Wednesday, January 22
Police Interceptors: The brand new series of a high-octane policing TV documentary will feature Lincolnshire Police.
Sauce sensation: A Lincoln American-style smokehouse is celebrating its first year in business by launching its own signature BBQ sauce alongside a well-known local trader.