Know your bin day: Bin collection services for residents living in Abbey ward and uphill Lincoln will change this week due to a growth in housing.
Thursday, March 6
New chair and non-execs: A new chairman has been appointed for the trust in charge of hospitals in Lincolnshire.
Biggers of Bailgate: Lincoln’s oldest family-run kitchen shop is celebrating its 70th year of trading.
Young and homeless: Organisations across Lincolnshire devised a new strategy to help young people in the county who find themselves homeless.
Long time coming: The White Bridge at Hartsholme Country Park will finally be reopened to the public this week.
Improvement works: A bar in Lincoln will add or improve more windows and signage in order to update its look.
Master chefs: Lincolnshire primary schools took part in a fun and healthy eating cooking contest judged by a Lincoln Masterchef competitor.
Pub excellence: A small community pub in east Lincoln has scooped the local CAMRA pub of the year award.
Lincoln Inspired: The festival of literature, performance and art is making a return to the city with special guests voted for by the public.
Wednesday, March 5
Posterngate revamped: The site of a hidden underground Roman gate in Lincoln has been given a revamp.
Duty of care: The City of Lincoln Council will fit carbon monoxide detectors into all its properties.