Two fined: The first people prosecuted for ignoring Lincoln’s historic legal highs ban have been ordered to pay a total of £720 in court.
Thursday, August 28
More nominees: More people around Lincoln are coming up with quirky ways to do the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Allotments burgled: Police are investigating a series of shed break-ins at allotments off Clarence Street in Lincoln.
Puppy thefts: Four people have been arrested in connection with theft of three puppies from a Lincoln property.
More jobs: The upcoming High Street Next store has created 32 new jobs in Lincoln.
Drenched MP: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney accepted his Ice Bucket Challenge nominations, and got pretty wet for charity.
Police warning: A theft from an unlocked car in Lincoln has led to police issuing a warning about how to keep cars safe.
Beating the Bounds: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney is set to walk the complete constituency boundary of the city with 25 fellow walkers and fundraisers for charity.
Aiming for bigger role: County Councillor for Lincoln Marc Jones will run as the Conservative candidate for the Great Grimsby MP seat in next year’s general elections.
Fun or frustrating? Kate Taylor examines the Ice bucket Challenge, and why there may be negative attitudes towards it.
Wednesday, August 27
Sneak peek: The HomeSense Lincoln store is opening this week, creating some 50 new jobs in the city.
Icy surprise: A number of Lincoln people and organisations have been taking on the worldwide Ice Bucket Challenge for charity.
Saving lives: East Midlands Ambulance Service held an open day in Lincoln in an effort to educate people about the importance of the service.
Police appeal for witnesses: A woman who was seriously injured in a double fatal crash on the A15 near Lincoln remains in hospital for treatment.
Spray painted: Police are investigating after a nursery’s sign was graffitied, containing offensive language.
Project moving on: Three contractors have submitted their bids for a £10 million share of the £22 million East West Link Road project in Lincoln.