Thursday, June 13
Blind cycling: A look into the world of cycling in the second of a three-part series featuring local people.
BP Portrait Award: Lincoln based artist Greg Kapka has been selected to exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in London this summer.
Family records: Lincolnshire residents can now get insight into their family history or other famous county figures with Find My Past at local libraries.
Wednesday, June 12
Different education: The deputy head teacher of North Kesteven School, Rona Mackenzie, has been appointed as the principal of the new Lincoln University Technical College.
Bringing in visitors: The Lincoln Grand Prix cycling race held in the city last month brought in over £430,000 for the local economy, a new survey found.
Burglary arrests: Two men have been arrested on suspicion of breaking into a commercial building on Beaumont Fee in Lincoln.
Work stopped on site: The Lucy Tower multi-storey car park will be closed for longer than expected as structural engineers discovered extra repairs are needed.
Rewarding work: Controlling welfare spending and tackling dependence on benefits are the only ways to keep a fair and sustainable welfare system, argues Lucy Rigby.
Tuesday, June 11
Special flypast: Lincoln residents got treated to a preview of the aircraft flying over Buckingham Palace for the Queen’s birthday.
On your bike: Cycling initiative to get more Lincolnshire people on their bikes this summer has announced the first set of ride dates around Lincoln.