Tuesday, February 26
Lincoln’s lost castle: Few people know of the second castle in the city, which protected the south walls for some seventy years: Thorngate Castle.
“Potential conduct matters” Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Neil Rhodes has been temporarily suspended from duty by the county Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Hardwick.
Stepping down: Rachel Hubbard, county councillor for Lincoln Bracebridge, has resigned due to personal reasons.
Fatal crash: A 54-year-old man from Brigg has died following a collision on the A46 in Lincoln on Monday.
Monday, February 25
Delays expected: At least one person has been seriously injured after two HGV vehicles collided just past the Pennells roundabout on the A46 Lincoln at North Hykeham.
Child poverty: More than 4,033 children in Lincoln are living in poverty, with the Glebe, Birchwood and Moorland wards having the highest percentages.
Tactful, not tacky: Finding creative ways to attract potential customers, engage them with your services and retain their interest is becoming the key to digital success.
Shelter accommodation: Framework Housing Association are proposing to build a new £2 million building in Lincoln with 15 flats for the homeless with alcohol problems.
Arson investigation: Lincolnshire Police have arrested and bailed a 47-year-old man in connection with an arson incident on Winn Street in Lincoln.
Landmark date: In a special birthday event, the 1936 film San Francisco was screened as The Ritz Cinema in Lincoln reopened its doors for the first time in 17 years.