Wednesday, February 20
Record apprenticeships: The Lincoln MP argues apprenticeships are a vital part of education reform and that the vocational route is paying off.
Tuesday, February 19
Cycling for Lincoln: An Olympian is encouraging Lincoln businesses and their employees to sign up for a cycling challenge.
Challenging conditions: Lincolnshire’s economy has been described as in a “steady state” in the past quarter, though county businesses are optimistic about prospects in 2013.
Empty shops: More than 13 businesses have closed shop in Lincoln city centre since December 2012, as the vacancy rate rose to 8.6% in January.
A life of tricks: In this short documentary, Cory Marsh looks at the life of Walter Sleight, a 90-year-old magician from Lincoln, who is still entertaining people in the city.
Safety clampdown: Unsafe practices on construction sites across Lincolnshire will be targeted as part of a national initiative aimed at reducing death and injury.
Monday, February 18
Violent disorder: A large group of men linked to a case of football hooliganism in the city have been charged.
Improved policing: Overall, Lincolnshire Police’s performance is on the rise, but the PCC can see where improvements need to be made.
Caretaker announced: Imps head of youth Grant Brown has been put in caretaker charge of the first team until a successor to David Holdsworth is appointed.
Arrested: Two local men have been arrested in Lincoln after their car contained drugs and an amount of suspected stolen goods.