Drug concerns: A man and woman have been arrested after raids at two separate addresses on Cannon Street in the Stamp End area of Lincoln.
Wednesday, October 8
A million calories later: Lincoln cyclists who are mid way through a 4-week challenge have amassed £9,000 in fuel savings as well as covering almost 30,000 miles.
First stage approval: An outline application to build a 75-bedroom care home on the site of a former adult education centre in Lincoln has been approved.
Flu jab season: people at risk from complications if they get the flu are being encouraged to get their flu vaccination early.
Tuesday, October 7
Regrettable dump: A Lincoln woman has been charged for fly-tipping after brokering an unlicensed waste collection deal via Facebook and dumping the items at Metheringham Airfield.
Weekend works: Fen Road in Washingborough will be closed for three weekends while drainage work is undertaken.
Seeing circles: The former Tokyo nightclub in Lincoln has been taken over by a trio of local music promoters, who will open their new double venue this weekend.
Have your say: The Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is looking for partners to deliver a £123 million European funding strategy.
Ballot opens: Some 1,215 members of the public will be selected to attend an exhibition uniting the last remaining copies of the Magna Carta.
New rules: The new tax disc rules for vehicles are now in force, but do you understand how it now works if you want to buy or sell a car? Michael Price explains.
Sexual assault: British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for information after a 17-year-old girl was reportedly victim to a sexual assault on a Lincoln to Sleaford train.
World-class welcome: Over 1,000 members of staff from Lincolnshire are taking part in a nationally-recognised World Host Customer Service training.
Fish-fingers crossed: Burton Road Chippy is in the running to bring home a national award for its fried delights.
Money worries: Figures reveal the number of people in Lincoln seeking debt advice increased by 40% in the first six months of this year.
Monday, October 6
Back on track: Councillors approved plans for a new design of the bridge over the Lincoln Eastern Bypass after the original plans were rejected by the Department for Transport.
High value theft: A number of important items were stolen in a burglary on Portland Street in Lincoln this weekend.