Monday, January 27
Energy savings: Amanda McSorley of Lincoln CAB explains how city residents could learn more about saving money on energy bills.
Sunday, January 26
Rave, disrupted: Police arrested seven people and seized two vehicles during a rave on farmland in Lincolnshire.
Saturday, January 25
Fire at garage: Firefighters extinguished a fire at a commercial garage on Station Road in North Hykeham.
Friday, January 24
Lincolnshire means business: The County Council has been awarded £2.7m from the European Regional Development Fund to run nine projects in Lincoln, East Lindsey and Boston.
Riding the airwaves: Siren FM, Lincoln’s first community radio station, celebrated scooping the title of East Midlands Station of the Year.
A great endeavour: Sir David Attenborough is set to open a Lincoln exhibition celebrating the Lincolnshire explorer and botanist Sir Joseph Banks.
Skating dispute: A planning application for a skate park off Long Leys Road in Lincoln have been submitted to City of Lincoln Council.
People’s choice: Shoppers and food lovers across Lincolnshire are being invited to judge the county’s best growers, producers and hospitality businesses.
When you wish upon a star: Lincolnshire Co-op staff managed to raise more than £113k for a local children’s charity.
Thursday, January 23
Yearly improvements: Lincolnshire’s secondary schools outstripped national averages for GCSE performance, the latest league tables show.