Tuesday, December 17
New angle: Historic sculptures in two Lincoln museum have been rendered in 3D and uploaded online for all to enjoy.
The Spire of Names: Lincoln Bomber Command Memorial Trust has received a transport donation to help with fundraising.
The road to recovery: The team at Croft Street Community Centre are looking forward to a grand recovery following a destructive fire and series of burglaries.
Continued strikes: Firefighters prepare to apply more pressure on the government with holiday strikes and a ban on voluntary overtime.
The emperor’s new clothes: Is one of the world’s biggest sporting brands having the wool pulled over its eyes? Shaun Cole from Ideafuel thinks so.
Monday, December 16
Safely reunited with owner: Firefighters in Lincoln have rescued a black cat stuck up a 40ft tree.
A proposal with an audience: Panto-goers at Lincoln Drill Hall were treated to a romantic surprise when one audience member took to the stage to propose to his girlfriend.
Winter wellbeing: Residents in need of a helping hand in North Kesteven this winter will be able to make use of a new food delivery programme.
Moving to The Mount: A distinctive building in Lincoln has been sold to Diocese of Lincoln, who are making plans for further investment and conversion.
Christmas in Lincoln: With only a few more sleeps to go, here’s a roundup of the top Lincoln events in the lead-up to Christmas.