Another public enquiry: The Department for Transport will hold another public inquiry before deciding whether to grant legal orders needed for the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
Monday, June 2
Summer drink driving campaign: Lincolnshire Police want people to text them details of people they know to be drink or drug driving.
Sunday, June 1
Heater fire: Firefighters extinguished a fire on an empty train at Lincoln Central.
Saturday, May 31
Surprise flypast: After a month of training in Cyprus and their first display of the seasons, the Red Arrows are back at their home base at RAF Scampton near Lincoln.
Trying traditional skills: Lincoln Castle hosted more than 50 traditional crafts for the annual 1,000 Years of Traditional Crafts event.
Show taster: Farm animals, games and performers made their way to Lincoln City Square for a preview of the Lincolnshire Show.
Friday, May 30
Growing school: Sir Francis Hill Community Primary School in Lincoln wants to increase the number of pupils it can accommodate by half.
New life for empty units: The University of Lincoln is taking on two empty business units in the city centre to create new learning spaces.
Burglary and arson: A car stolen in a burglary from a home in Branston village was later set on fire in a Lincoln park.
GP closure: A small Lincoln GP surgery on Burton Road will close in September.
Healthy school: A leading national health expert has praised a Lincoln school for the ‘enlightened’ way it is teaching pupils about good diet and exercise.