Anniversary celebrations: A Lincolnshire squadron has revealed an impressive new paint scheme to mark the centenary of its formation.
Monday, August 18
Boy appeared injured: Police are searching for a boy on a bike who was apparently injured when a car reversed out a driveway in Lincoln.
A good chin wag: Jane Icke from Lava explains why a proper conversation is still important when making connections.
Saturday, August 16
Rescued cat: Police are searching for the owners of a cat that was thrown into Sincil Drain in Lincoln in the early hours of Friday.
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.