Thursday, May 29
Long serving volunteer: A Lincoln resident is one of the UK’s longest serving NHS volunteers, with 30 years’ experience.
Blessed statue: A new statue will be dedicated at Lincoln Cathedral, depicting the Virgin Mary.
Building for sale: The Wagamama restaurant unit on Brayford Pool has been put up for sale just 19 months after it opened.
Salaries compared: A variety of job roles in Lincoln are among the lowest paid in the whole of the Midlands, according to new salary figures.
Police appeal: Lincolnshire Police are continuing their enquiries to find four pedigree dogs stolen in a Lincoln village burglary this week.
Birthplace of the tanks: Cory Santos looks at Lincoln’s brief but significant role in the creation of the tanks.
Employment rights: With many still struggling financially, Amanda McSorley from Lincoln Citizens Advice reminds people of their work rights.
Wednesday, May 28
Arsonists, thieves and drink drivers: Disclosure Barring Service checks show the crimes on record for some applicants for jobs at Lincoln schools.
Make your mark: New ramps at Bracebridge Heath Skatepark are being decorated with the help of a local artist and young residents of the village.
Chunky chutney: A chutney made in a house in Lincoln is now on sale in Lincolnshire Co-op stores.