Two fined: The first people prosecuted for ignoring Lincoln’s historic legal highs ban have been ordered to pay a total of £720 in court.
Monday, September 1
Musical opportunities: The first meeting for those interested in taking part the Jesus Christ Superstar musical at Lincoln Cathedral will take place this week.
A cloak and dagger exercise: The government insists the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill (DRIP) is vital to the security of the nation, but Pete Dixon argues it’s excessively intrusive.
Downton Abbey writer to get honorary degree: Thousands of University of Lincoln students will be joined by famous names and faces when they graduate this September.
Friday, August 29
Improved design: Lincolnshire County Council have finalised the design of the new Hawthorn Road bridge over the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
Social media sensation: Yet more Lincoln residents are taking up the Ice Bucket Challenge, getting more creative than before.
Big losses: The City Council has lost around £2,000 turning away bookings after travellers settled at Hartsholme Park’s campsite.
Little critters: A new pet shop catering to small mammals has opened up in Lincoln.
£180k improvement: Lincoln county Hospital’s Burton Ward has undergone a revamp to make it more dementia-friendly.
NCS summer programme: Over 800 Lincolnshire teenagers spent 24,000 hours helping out nearly 80 community projects across the county this summer.
Hungry robbers: A takeaway driver has been robbed of the food he was meant to deliver in Lincoln.
Tongue-tingling challenge: Lincoln shoppers will be able to try out the “hottest” taste sensations at St Marks Shopping Centre next month.
Criminal damage: Five cars and two business premises have been damaged off Dixon Street in Lincoln.
New pitch: North Kesteven Sports Centre now has a new, state-of-the-art sports pitch.
PCCs and Crime Panels: “Is the system so fatally flawed that it cannot deliver the accountability the public has a right to expect,” asks John Marriott.
Serious assault: Police have made an arrest after a man was seriously assaulted on Swan Street in Lincoln in the early morning of Bank Holiday Monday.