Thursday, February 13
Useful hint: A loophole could protect some Lincoln residents from the so-called bedroom tax and even give them extra housing benefit — but not for long.
Ermine shop robbery: A 31-year-old Lincoln man has been charged with the robbery of a Co-op shop and possession of an offensive weapon.
Lincoln Science and Innovation Park: The first director of the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park off Tritton Road has been appointed.
Learning curve: Sam Pidoux explains how being diagnosed with a wheat intolerance helped her learn to love food and cooking again.
Work and life: “Something has changed in the last few years and I’m not sure when it all began: time really has started to fly,” reflects Rona Mackenzie.
Wednesday, February 12
Successful bid: Lincolnshire has been awarded the 2015 British Cycling National Road Race and Time Trial Championships.
Community Action Days: Students from the University of Lincoln helped local residents litter pick in the east of the city.
Improvement work: The Sainsbury’s junction on Tritton Road will see some disruption while improvements take place next week.
Street robbery: A man was threatened with a knife and had cash stolen during a robbery in Lincoln last night.
Community choir: Music lovers on in Ermine are celebrating the launch of a new music project after gaining funding.