Champion in Lincoln: One of Britain’s brightest talents has returned to the Lincoln boxing club where he won his first ever amateur trophy.
Monday, September 29
Break-in: Police are looking for information after a break-in at a city bowling alley.
On your marks: Entries to the 2014 Danwood Santa Fun Run & Walk will officially open on September 30, with a record-breaking 2,500 Santa’s expected to take part.
Trend aware: David from Lava explains how your business can make the most of Twitter trends and topics.
Vets cash taken: Police are appealing for information after a petty cash box was stolen from a veterinary surgery in Lincoln.
More and faster trains: Faster rail links and additional trains between Lincoln and Nottingham will be introduced after a £2 million boost of government funding.
Scrapped: Two scrap collectors were prosecuted for not carrying the correct licences in Lincolnshire.
800 years of history: Lincoln has its own flag on the map for commemorative trails on the history of the Magna Carta 800th anniversary in 2015.
Charity ride: A Lincoln bike ride managed to raise over £500 for Framework as part of a bike restoration scheme.
Lincoln Pride: See our gallery from Lincoln’s annual Gay Pride event.
Friday, September 26
Illegal hare coursing: Lincolnshire Police are stamping out hare coursing in the county with the launch of Operation Galileo for the third year.
Robbed: A security van at Waitrose petrol station in uphill Lincoln was robbed of a quantity of cash earlier today.
Postponed: Plans for train maintenance staff on East Midlands Trains to strike next week have been postponed.
Jobs lost: Almost 40 members of staff at the learning disability charity Linkage Community Trust will lose their jobs due to cuts and a fall in student numbers.
Revision tool: A Lincoln secondary school has been given an award for its use of a national online education tool.
Seasonal garden: The garden of a Lincoln care home has been brought back to life by volunteers from Lincolnshire Co-Op, to help dementia sufferers recognise the seasons.