Closure notice: A section of a central Lincoln road will be closed to traffic for six months to allow works to progress on the city’s £22 million East West Link project.
Wednesday, April 15
Register to vote: A record number of people have already registered to vote in Lincoln this year ahead of local and national elections.
Reaching more people: Lincoln Community Larder have expanded with a second food bank, but they face losing their storage space.
Cover interview: The featured interview on the cover of this week’s Lincolnshire Business magazine is with Hill Holt Wood CEO Karen Lowthrop. Read about her socially minded business adventure.
Not to be missed: Ticket holders to a Lincolnshire biking rally have the chance to win a new Harley-Davidson at the event next month.
Book review: In her first book review for The Lincolnite, Jen Marchant dives into supernatural tales of 1390s Lincoln.
Tuesday, April 14
Do you know this man?: Police are appealing for information after a man was spotted on camera seemingly walking away with a stolen CCTV system.
Teal Park development: North Kesteven District Council has put forward its £2 million application for 19 industrial units on Teal Park in North Hykeham.
Labs opened: TV presenter Chris Packham was given a helping hand as he opened the Joseph Banks Laboratories at the University of Lincoln.
Drug offences: Three men have been charged with drug offences in connection with the death of a University of Lincoln student last year.
“We deserve respect”: The family of newborn twin Thor Dalhaug have spoken out after a coroner’s report highlighted the true extents of the mistake that led to his death at LCH.
Planning: Lincolnshire County Council have given the go ahead to expand a quarry near Lincoln creating more opportunities for wildlife and allowing more local materials to be exported.
Spire journey: The Memorial Spire, the first visible development of the new Bomber Command Centre, will arrive in Lincoln on May 10.
Election debate: Lincoln students put candidates standing to become the city’s next MP through their paces at a hustings event at BGU.
Monday, April 13
Election debate: Candidates vying to become Lincoln’s next MP took part in an election hustings at Bishop Grosseteste University.
Birchwood assault: A man was reportedly assaulted and had racially offensive comments made against him after a row over parking at Birchwood Shopping Centre.