Friday, August 16
Possible saviour? Lincoln’s Walk and Ride service could be saved due to a new proposal by the City Council.
Singing Buddha? An all-you-can-eat restaurant is looking to launch a karaoke bar in Lincoln too.
Lincolnshire Police and two other forces in the region are the first in England to have all paper fingerprint records entirely digitised over the next few weeks.
Sponsor wanted: A local sponsor is needed for the 2013 Santa Fun Run in Lincoln, which raised £63k for local charities last year.
Helping the community: Teenagers helped improve a Boultham care home, decorating the house and running an ice cream parlour.
Thursday, August 15
Bucking the trend: Students in Lincolnshire have exceeded a number of national pass rates, doing much better than in previous years.
Your questions answered: Following a series of questions from campaigners, The Lincolnite finds out the answers to all your questions.
Out of reach: A local teenager is presently not allowed back into a Lincolnshire town due to three behaviour offences.
Exonerated: An investigation has cleared Lincolnshire Police Chief Constable Neil Rhodes of allegations of misconduct by PCC Alan Hardwick.
Emotional day: Students across Lincoln collected the all important A-level results, making the first steps towards achieving their future aspirations.