Minister visit: Policing Minister Mike Penning visited Lincolnshire to discuss sending a Home Office task force to the county.
Sunday, July 27
Supercars together: Over 100 super-modified cars lined up along the Brayford Waterfront in Lincoln for the annual Lincs:Evolution event.
Friday, July 25
Help Yourself campaign: Lincolnshire Police are launching a new initiative to tackle a rise in the number of burglaries in Lincoln the past few months.
New pitch: Pupils at a Lincoln school benefited from a day of sports on their new 3G turf pitch.
Biker injured: A 48-year-old biker suffered a dislocated shoulder and head injury after colliding with two cars at the Brayford Way/Carholme Road junction in Lincoln.
Jobs lost: Some five members of staff at the Lincoln branch of Unipart Automotive will lose their jobs after the company went into administration.
Growth rejected: Aesthetic worries, traffic and struggling facilities led to the rejection of a substantial housing plan in Saxilby.
Reassurance: A Lincolnshire healthcare team working on a new care project have added a new phase after speaking to staff and residents.
Once in a lifetime: Tickets have gone on sale for the chance to see the last two fully operational Lancaster Bombers in Lincolnshire.
Sweet reward: Lincoln jam-maker Jenny Smith will use her expertise to find the winners of this year’s World Jampionship competition, after being scouted on social media.
Bridge works: The county council is working on a bridge on Tritton Road this summer, which may cause minor disruption to motorists.