Burglary rise: Shop owners in Lincoln have been warned to take precautions after a number of businesses were targeted in recent weeks.
Tuesday, July 22
Apply now: Aspiring athletes in Lincolnshire can apply for support and funding by joining Lincolnshire Sport’s Elite Athlete Programme.
High Taser use: Lincolnshire Police, while commended for affordability, has been questioned over its Taser usage.
Reshuffles: David Harding-Price studies the recent cabinet reshuffle, and uses Ken Clarke as an example of a great constituency MP.
Emergency plans: A group of Lincoln students are ready for an emergency after spending the day with Lincolnshire County Council’s Emergency Planning Unit.
Monday, July 21
First case of its kind: A Lincoln woman who repeatedly left her rubbish bins out in the street was taken to court and fined £100.
New store: A new fashion outlet is taking up the space of the former River Island unit on Lincoln High Street.
20 months later: Work to build a pedestrian footbridge over the Brayford Wharf level crossing in Lincoln has been delayed for the second time.
Extra powers: Lincoln councillors will get more information about new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour in the city.
Beyond the sea: Lincoln city centre has undergone a sandy transformation to mark the start of a programme of popular summer events.
Iconic buildings on fire: A fire at Sleaford’s Bass Maltings is being treated as arson.