“Despicable crimes,” police say: Elderly people have been targeted in two distraction burglaries in Lincoln on Saturday morning.
Tuesday, July 1
Fond memories? Lincoln South fire station is celebrating 50 years of existence with a special open day.
Arts funding: Two venues in Lincoln have received funding from a national organisation to continue their arts programmes.
A “fighter”: A Lincoln family who lost a husband and father due to misdiagnosis of bowel cancer have been awarded compensation.
Music event: Lincoln shoppers relaxed at their own mini Glastonbury at one of the city’s shopping centres this weekend.
Do you know this man? Police are keen to trace this man in relation to the theft at a Lincoln pub.
Big decisions: Paralympian Jade Etherington is thanking local sponsors and says the future of her sporting career will depend on the level of support.
Family ties: Kate Taylor looks into a recent report by a leading psychologist claiming separating children from their mother overnight may be causing damage.
Monday, June 30
Reassurance: Lincolnshire Police are reassuring residents that the Portland Street area is not a “hotbed of crime” after string of offences in the area.
Big award: Lincoln BIG’s funding efforts for the city have been rewarded at a national award ceremony.
Bikes wanted: A programme to teach homeless people in Lincoln more life skills needs 10 unused bikes in order to run.