Family tributes: The family of Carly Lovett, the Lincoln graduate from Gainsborough killed in the Tunisia terror attack, have paid tributes.
Friday, August 1
How to avoid roadworks: The next few years will see the biggest investment in Lincoln since the university, with around £250 million being spent on the city, writes transport councillor Richard Davies.
Lasting ceasefire? The killing of vast numbers of people, mostly innocent civilians in Gaza, has sent shock-waves across the world, writes Nick Parker ahead of a protest in Lincoln he organised.
Supply Lincolnshire: Many Lincolnshire large enterprises source some of their goods locally, but there’s more potential for growth in the county’s supply chain.
Thursday, July 31
Opening date set: An Oak Furniture Land store will be opening in Lincoln in August.
Uncertain future: The future of a chain uniform shop in Lincoln is unclear as administrators already closed 53 branches across the UK.
Street fight: A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault after fighting with a woman near the Golden Cross pub on Lincoln High Street.
Continued strike: Firefighters in Lincolnshire and across the country will strike again for eight days in August, in a continued dispute with government over pensions.
Legal highs explored: A team of Lincoln chemists’ research into legal highs will feature in an episode of Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies.
No burglaries in two days: No burglaries were reported in Lincoln within 61 hours during a Lincolnshire Police campaign against the rising issue.
Young inspiration: Eleven-year-old Jack Covill-Lowndes raised money for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice, who cared for his mother in her final days.
Onwards and upwards: A Lincoln charity which helps disadvantaged people across Lincolnshire is gearing up for a busy future after investing in their own premises.
Re-election plans: Plans to improve the Lincoln business and visitor experience has been outlines by the Lincoln Business Improvement Group (BIG), which hopes to be re-elected in October.
Foreign investors: More than 1,800 new jobs have been created in Greater Lincolnshire in the past year by 14 overseas businesses, according to new figures from the LEP.
Wednesday, July 30
Ready for launch: The new Lincoln HomeSense store will open in one half of the former Comet unit off Tritton Road in August.
Check your collector: A man has been fined £800 after household waste he cleared was dumped on a roadside by a “mobile scrap collector” he hired.