Wednesday, February 12
Community choir: Music lovers on in Ermine are celebrating the launch of a new music project after gaining funding.
Overwhelming support: Lucy Rigby congratulates those who supported the ban on smoking in cars and the lives it will potentially save.
You time: If you’re single on Valentine’s Day, use it as a time to reflect, embrace it and spoil yourself, writes Elizabeth Hicks.
Suspect arrested: A man has been arrested after a knife robbery at the Lincolnshire Co-op store on Queen Elizabeth Road in Lincoln.
Tuesday, February 11
Children’s health: Six out of eleven Lincolnshire MPs have voted against a ban on smoking in private vehicles in the presence of children.
3-step guide to lumpiness: The use of “lumpy” marketing mail is on the rise as brands look to get personal with new or existing customers, writes Shaun Cole from Ideafuel.
Heritage framework: Contractor Robert Woodhead secured a 4-year regional contract for Lincolnshire public sector projects worth £12 million.
Sexual assault e-fit: Lincolnshire Police released an e-fit image of the suspect in a serious sexual assault in Lincoln.
Silent night: The winners of a competition to design the logo for the Lincoln Shush Campaign have been announced and awarded tickets to top nightspots.
Buying in the hot market: Kate Faulkner explains to prospective buyers what to expect when getting a mortgage in the current property climate.