Drug concerns: A man and woman have been arrested after raids at two separate addresses on Cannon Street in the Stamp End area of Lincoln.
Monday, October 6
Revamp begins: Work to redevelop Yarborough Leisure Centre in Lincoln has begun, with £1 million worth of improvements around the corner.
ATM theft: Lincolnshire Police are appealing to find a woman believed to have taken an elderly lady’s money at a Lincoln ATM.
Happy boarding: A state boarding school in Lincoln has received high praise from parents, according to a national survey.
Wonga wrongs: Thousands will get their Wonga debt written off from this week, but why and how did this happen? Amanda McSorley explains.
25-year careers: Some 27 members of Lincolnshire Co-op staff were awarded for their combined 675 years of service since starting their careers in 1989.
Community celebrations: The annual Carholme Gala and the West Fest brought together locals and students and marked the outbreak of WWI.
Friday, October 3
Graduation: Teenagers from Lincolnshire taking part in the National Citizen Service graduated in Lincoln.
Strictly no limits: A group of ‘older ladies’ from Lincoln, have been proving that age has no limits when it comes to dancing, with a special performance at the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva.
Business optimism: The Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce announced at its Annual General Meeting a new £2 million growth fund for local businesses.
Diversions in place: The A15 near Spital in the Street will be closed for nine nights for resurfacing starting next week.
Parameters set: Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Police and Crime Panel Chairman have signed a document detailing the parameters of their roles.
Silly cow! A pregnant cow managed to get her head stuck in a pillbox, requiring freeing by firefighters.
Incident near school: A 12-year-old boy has been hospitalised after being hit by a minibus in North Hykeham.
Not suspicious: A man has died after falling from the 8th floor of a residential tower block in Lincoln.
Craft together: Young children from Lincoln have been working with elderly people as part of Older People’s Day.