Fire decreasing: Fire crews are continuing to diminish the fire at the Mid UK Recycling Ltd site on High Dyke in Ancaster. Road closures are currently in place.
Saturday, August 16
Battling depression: There is plenty of solid, scientific evidence proving that depression is a very real, debilitating disease. So why is it still stigmatised, asks Kate Taylor.
Friday, August 15
Fewer jobseekers: There are 35% less people in Lincoln claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance than one year ago, according to recent data compiled by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Forced entry: Lincolnshire police’s Help Yourself campaign only reports two dwelling burglaries this week.
Fraudulent claim: A Lincoln woman will have to pay back over £7k to the county council and carry out community service due to a fraudulent care claim.
Good causes step up: A fundraising scheme run by Lincolnshire Co-Operative has seen more than £244,000 shared between over 380 groups, including 106 in the Lincoln area.
Highs and lows: Richard Fenwick is in charge of Lincolnshire’s winter road maintenance. But behind the gritting, his talents have seen him through the highs and lows of the music industry.
Key improvements: A new shared footway and cycle path will be constructed on Station Road in North Hykeham this autumn.
Eagle-eyed: A young boy from a Lincoln village got a visit from police after winning competition at a police diversity day.
Thursday, August 14
Fraud charges: The former CEO of a Lincoln academy federation has been charged with six fraud offences.
Multiple offences: A Lincoln paedophile has been sentenced to three years in prison for six offences relating to child pornography.
Flying colours: A Level and AS Level results were revealed to tentative students across Lincolnshire on Thursday, August 14, and some Lincoln schools celebrated record-breaking figures.
Special guests: A group of apprentices and traineeship learners were invited on a special tour of Parliament by Lincoln MP Karl McCartney.
Valuable equipment: Police are investigating an incident in which £2,000 of equipment was stolen from a village property.
Held in custody: A local man has been charged with six thefts and burglaries in Lincoln, surrounding villages and Sleaford.
Spoof series: An aspiring Lincoln comedy duo reached for their high vis jackets and cameras to produce a Police Interceptors video spoof.