Monday, February 18
Caretaker announced: Imps head of youth Grant Brown has been put in caretaker charge of the first team until a successor to David Holdsworth is appointed.
Arrested: Two local men have been arrested in Lincoln after their car contained drugs and an amount of suspected stolen goods.
Best chips: A Lincoln fish and chip shop has won a national award for its chips, just in time for Chip Week 2013.
Options on the table: A look back at Holdsworth’s tenure and the next contenders for the hot seat at Lincoln City Football Club.
Sunday, February 17
After defeat at Hereford David Holdsworth has left his job as manager of Lincoln City Football Club on Sunday, just 16 months in the post.
Friday, February 15
Royal visits: Princess Anne visited Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln College and Lindum business park, where she unveiled plaques and was presented posies.
Better safety: A new crossing patrol will be introduced outside Priory Witham Academy in Lincoln, initially on a two-term trial only.
Garage burglary: Information is wanted on the whereabouts of two bicycles that were stolen, with a reward offered to those that can help.
Film course: 18 teenagers have been picked to take part in a special film-making academy by the BFI Film Academy Network and Lincoln School of Media.
Reward offered: Crimestoppers are offering a large reward in exchange for information on seven knife-point shop robberies in Lincoln in the last two months.