Monday, August 19
Lucky escape: The driver and passengers of a car that drove through traffic lights in Lincoln then fell into a back garden narrowly escaped without serious injuries.
Solar energy: A new Branston solar farm could power up to 8,000 homes, the second of its kind near Lincoln.
Caught on CCTV: A Saxilby resident caught on CCTV a man failing to pick up after his dog and reported it to the council.
Drowning incident: A local man was pulled from River Witham in Lincoln at the weekend, but later died in hospital.
Power cut: Residents in the east of the city were left without power after a cable fell near the Witham.
Mounting opposition: Workers’ union has come forward to condemn the Co-op’s potential takeover of six Lincolnshire libraries.
£90 fine: A Lincoln pub has been fined for selling alcohol to underage volunteers in a sting operation by Lincolnshire Police and Trading Standards.
Spectacular steam: The annual county steam rally returned to Lincoln, with a variety of vintage machines and models.
No panic: It’s never nice being faced with a crisis, but Annie Bowden’s tips can help you to handle what the world throws at you and come out alive at the other end.
Friday, August 16
An urban oasis: A charitable company has put forward plans to create a city farm in Lincoln on former allotment land off Wragby Road, near Tesco.