Illegal rave charges: Police have confirmed that 13 people have been charged for a number of offences relating to an illegal rave at Twyford Woods over Bank Holiday weekend.
Monday, October 13
Valuable skills: Six local apprentices are learning on the job at the St John’s Village development in a Lincoln village.
Choose carefully: Marianne Overton explains why it’s important residents have their say on the Local Plan
Engineering future: The new University Technical College in Lincoln welcomed the next year group of engineering and science students to its first open day.
Friday, October 10
Finally: Lincoln High Street is one step closer to a long-awaited footbridge over the train lines to ease congestion and misuse.
Ambulance strikes: EMAS is preparing for its staff to go on strike as part of national pay disputes.
Fi-Fi-Fo-Fum: The Lincoln Theatre Royal Christmas pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk was launched with a special event honouring the services of variety duo Cannon and Ball.
Delays expected: A female cyclist has been injured in a collision with a car on Broadgate in Lincoln on Friday afternoon.
B&B to YMCA: Councillors will decide if funding should be allocated to the YMCA to temporarily house Lincoln’s homeless.
Be prepared: Lincoln residents are being reminded to make sure their bins are put out by 7am on their collection day and put away after.
Gold standard: North Kesteven School in North Hykeham was awarded with the Trinity Guildhall Artsmark Gold Award.