Monday, September 22
Through the lens: As the last two airworthy Lancasters finished their UK tour, Lincoln photographer Sean Strange looks back over the historic journey.
Cycle routes improved: Work to build a £500,000 footway and cycle path on a busy North Hykeham road is set to begin in October.
Financially controlled: Amanda McSorley explains what Citizen’s Advice is doing to help those who might be affected by financial abuse.
Sunday, September 21
Grayingham collision: A local woman has died in hospital three weeks after she was involved in a crash near Gainsborough.
Fatal collision: A 16-year-old biker has died from injuries sustained in a crash near Lincoln after his moped left the road.
Saturday, September 20
Possible arsons: Firefighters in Lincoln attended two fires in Birchwood overnight, a car set on fire on Halton Close, and wheelie bins on fire on Epsom Road.
A federal Britain? “We need to get it right as this chance for fundamental reform may not appear again for a very long time,” writes John Marriott.
Friday, September 19
Portland Street raid: Community orders and fines totalling £2020 have been handed to a Lincoln shop owner and employee for selling fake cigarettes and tobacco.
Working together: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and East Midlands Ambulance Service will work closer together to get patients the care they need quicker.
Universities measured: The University of Lincoln’s place in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide fell for the second consecutive year, while Bishop Grosseteste rose four places.