Woman attacked by dog: Police continue to investigate a dog attack which has left a 22-year-old Lincoln woman with “horrific” injuries.
Thursday, June 20
Child safety: Every day in Lincolnshire, around 17 children under the age of four are taken to hospital following domestic accidents, new A&E figures show.
Rewind: See our coverage of the 129th Lincolnshire Show. Over two days, we’ll brought you the best moments from the county’s biggest event.
Children in poverty: In his first column, City Council Leader Ric Metcalfe unveils he is considering introducing the living wage for the lowest-paid staff.
Wednesday, June 19
County show: The first day of the annual Lincolnshire Show draws to a close, and here are all the photo highlights from the day.
New bridge, old structure: The White Bridge at Hartsholme Country Park in Lincoln should be reconstructed by autumn, the City of Lincoln Council said.
CCTV appeal: Police are looking to trace a man from CCTV footage, as he may have witnessed an assault on a woman in Lincoln in April.
Better A&E: With increased pressure on A&E services, Karl McCartney explains how the government plan to deal with these long standing problems.
Service cuts and changing habits: Libraries in Lincolnshire are facing up to £2 million budget cuts, with up to 170 jobs at risk and only a third of locations remaining.
Tuesday, June 18
Unexplained death: Police are investigating the unexplained death of a man, whose body has been found on Portland Street in Lincoln.
In the spotlight: Some of the worst examples of parking in Lincoln are being captured for posterity on a new Facebook page.