Jailed for disorder: 12 Lincoln men appeared in court today charged with violent disorder charges in Lincoln, 11 receiving jail time.
Wednesday, March 6
Eco-firendly offices: A new company HQ in Langworth near Lincoln, possibly the greenest office building in the city, has been completed.
Access to education: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney argues the new student tuition fees system is a more progressive one and does more for those from poorer backgrounds.
Head injury treatment: A 48-year-old local woman is recovering in hospital after she was hit by a train on Tuesday evening in Lincoln.
Parking arrangements: The Lucy Tower multistorey car park on Brayford Pool in Lincoln will be closed for more than four months for major structure works.
Tuesday, March 5
Rail incident: A person has been hit by a train near Lincoln in Washingborough.
Better links: A new Lincoln bus service has been officially launched for Lincoln residents and businesses in the Doddington Park area, part of £6.5m project to improve sustainable transport in the LN6 area.
Shed burglary: Police are appealing for information after two wooden sheds at a home in Lincoln were burgled overnight at the weekend.
Improvements after inspection two years ago: Our Lady of Lincoln Catholic Primary School achieved a ‘Good’ grading after an Ofsted inspection in February.
Unprecedented week for Lincolnshire Police: After Chief Constable Neil Rhodes has been suspended by PCC Alan Hardwick, Acting Chief Constable Alec Wood talks about his new role.
Monday, March 4
Car break-ins across the city: Lincolnshire Police are encouraging vigilance after 14 car break-ins were reported across Lincoln over the weekend.