Monday, June 10
Jog on cancer: Around 2,500 people took part in the Lincoln Race for Life at the Lincolnshire Showground and raised money for Cancer Research UK.
Saturday, June 8
Peaceful demos: Hundreds of people took to the streets of Lincoln for a protest against plans to build a mosque in Lincoln, as well as a separate anti-racism demonstration.
Review live coverage: Follow the Lincoln anti-mosque protest in City Square and the ‘unity against racism’ demonstration in Cornhill.
Friday, June 7
More coffee please: Another Costa coffee shop is about to open, this time in uphill Lincoln, with another one downhill coming soon.
Drink driving campaign: In the first week of its summer anti-drink driving campaign, Lincolnshire Police arrested 21 people suspected of drink or drug related driving offences.
Historical Lincoln: A Facebook group set up by locals provides an archive of images detailing Lincoln’s past and present.
Mortality rates investigation: A review team from the NHS will visit Lincoln to assess the trust and speak to residents about patient care.
SEO advice: Encouraging people to connect with you online demonstrates a level of trust and authority to search engines. Phil Kelsey explains how to earn your referrals.
Special cause: Local motorbike enthusiast will ride over 900 miles across Europe in two days in a bid to raise £4,000 for the Air Ambulance, who saved her partner’s life.
Thursday, June 6
Lincoln anti-mosque demo: Lincolnshire Police said it would deal robustly with any troublemakers at the planned anti-mosque protest in Lincoln.