Police appeal: Two men and a woman have been arrested after a man was assaulted in Lincoln on Friday night.
Tuesday, August 5
Great sacrifice: David Harding-Price takes a moment to consider all those who fought and lost their lives during WWI.
Monday, August 4
Wartime remembered: To commemorate 100 years since WW1, Lincoln is hosting a number of events to remember those in Lincolnshire who fell. Here’s a rundown of events.
Report withdrawn: Police are looking for witnesses after a woman was allegedly attacked whilst jogging last week.
Feeding tips: Tips and help with breastfeeding is now available to mothers and families in Lincolnshire thanks to an NHS trust website.
Demonstrations: A campaign calling for an end to the war in Israel and Palestine ran smoothly despite a counter demo from far right activists.
Magna Carta vault: Documenting the commemorative ‘topping out ceremony’ of the new Magna Carta vault at Lincoln Castle, a new video is giving an inside look at the historic works.
Help Yourself campaign: Four burglaries have been reported in Lincoln over the weekend, where electronics, clothes and house keys were taken.
Summer marketing: Lava’s Joe Degand offers some useful tips on how to make use of the warmer weather to boost your business.
Fairytale success: After 20 years in business, Lincoln-based children’s fantasy retailer Lucy Locket is celebrating an expansion and relocation within the city.
Flying high: The Lincolnite spoke to Lincolnshire’s own Gary Barlow to find out what life is like as a tribute act and lookalike.
Practice ongoing: Now locals have come forward to help, a play about a war-torn Lincoln family is well underway before its first performance in Novemeber.
Castle to coast and back again: A seven-strong team of ambitious Lincoln accountants raised over £700 when they completed a 100-mile bike ride from castle to coast and back again.
Friday, August 1
Never forget the sacrifice: A 21st century memorial to Lincolnshire’s war dead will be launched online, 100 years after the start of the First World War.
CCTV appeal: Lincolnshire Police are looking for two men in connection with a burglary at a house in Lincoln.
Family ties: A local cheese sold in Lincolnshire Co-operative stores is raising funds to help the historic Avro Lancaster bomber Just Jane to fly again.