Tuesday, March 4
Pancake Day: Those waiting at the High Street level crossing can enjoy fresh pancakes to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.
Right or rubbish? Kate Faulkner questions findings stating that people do not factor stamp duty when buying a house.
Head injury: A Lincoln man struck by a train remains in hospital in what has been described as a “stable condition”.
Bubble wrap musical: A Lincoln music group will attempt to break a world record for most people popping bubble wrap.
Extra support: A number of Lincolnshire athletes have been accepted onto this year’s LEAP support.
Getting fit: Fiona Roche from the City Council’s Healthy Lifestyles Team explains how exercise benefits everyone.
Monday, March 3
More closures: Lucy Tower car park will be closed overnight for a month to finish repair work.
Leisure centre refurb: Plans to re-design Yarborough Leisure Centre could leave a resident diving club with nowhere to train.
Community resolution: St Giles Parish Church in Lincoln has been the scene of a two-year clean-up operation, which was completed by some of the city’s young offenders.
New takeaway: A new Pizza Hut delivery service has opened in Lincoln.