Tuesday, March 25
Indecent behaviour: Police are searching for a man who was seen acting inappropriately towards three women in Lincoln.
Clean-up day: Council tenants living in the Birchwood area of Lincoln are being given the chance to remove rubbish from gardens free of charge.
Pension versus property: Kate Faulkner looks into the pros and cons of investing in “buy to let” properties.
Back to use: The City Council want to continue bringing empty homes back to use, by approving more funding for the project.
Monday, March 24
Copper theft: Police are keen to trace the offender behind the theft of over 70 foot of copper cable in Lincoln.
Dog attack: Police are searching for the owner and the dog which injured a woman and her dog at the Birchwood Nature Park in Lincoln.
Better pharmacy: An old pharmacy in Lincoln city centre has moved into a custom unit within a large health centre.
The Skills Tree: A new website aims to help find employment opportunities for young people in Lincolnshire.
Charity challenge: A Lincoln video producer is preparing his running shorts, swimming gear and bike for a fuelling triathlon in aid of a children’s charity.
Check for closures: Due to a teachers’ strike on March 26 pensions, several Lincolnshire schools will be closed or partially closed.