Thursday, August 8
Authentic tapas: A new tapas restaurant has opened in uphill Lincoln, creating eight jobs and promising a true taste of Spain.
Concerned: Residents close to the proposed UTC facility are concerned that the plans do not take design and safety into account.
Exploding tram lines: Just a century earlier, when cars were still newfangled machines, Lincoln surprisingly had a thriving tram system. But where and how did it run, and why did it disappear?
Wednesday, August 7
Bobby on the beat: Lincolnshire Police are recruiting new police officers in the county, the first recruitment drive from the force in three and a half years.
New bridge, vintage design: The White Bridge at Hartsholme Country Park in Lincoln will be rebuilt next month, after it was closed last summer due to safety concerns.
Fairer deal: City of Lincoln Council employees will be over £1 an hour better off after councillors approving the Living Wage increase.
Big Society Fund: Each county councillor will get £2,000 per year to support hard working local causes across Lincolnshire.
Tough times: Lucy Rigby looks at the current crisis families face, and explain how the Labour party would try and tackle them.
Tuesday, August 6
Captain Matthew Flinders: Lincolnshire-born explorer, first to map Australia’s coastline, will be honoured with a life-size bronze statue at one of Britain’s busiest train stations.
New home: An armed forces veteran who faced homelessness managed to find a home with the help of a new Lincoln charity.