Anniversary celebrations: A Lincolnshire squadron has revealed an impressive new paint scheme to mark the centenary of its formation.
Friday, August 22
Expnasion: A Lincoln care business has expanded due to high demand, with a new premises in the city.
Get organised: Natasha Davis of NBV explains what start up businesses need to do in order to keep track of their finances.
Final chance: After a once in a lifetime Lincoln Cathedral turret tour attracted such a high demand, the Works Department have managed to fill places for a second day.
Thursday, August 21
Iconic flypast: A historic moment when the last two airworthy Lancaster bombers and Vulcan flew over Lincoln.
Turf cutting: A flypast from the Lancasters and Vulcan helped mark the first stage of building the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln.
GCSE wait is over: GCSE students from Lincoln and the surrounding areas found out their GCSE grades today and school are congratulating pupils on their hard work.
Let the shopping commence: Jack Wills will open its doors for its first full day of service on Friday, August 22.
New heritage course: Staff from Lincoln Castle’s Heritage Skills Centre will help coordinate a new course at the University of Leicester.
Video delights: Submissions are now open for Lincoln Shorts, the city’s popular film festival, now in its fourth year.
Decreased value? Councillor John Marriott offers advice to those who received their A Levels, and wonders if the value of a degree is being lowered.