Iconic refurb: In the run up to the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary an iconic Lincoln pub has been given a £90,000 facelift and staff are brushing up on their history.
Wednesday, April 2
Home truths: House prices in Lincoln have increased seven times more than wages in the past decade, according to a new housing report.
Football trophy tour: The Barclays Premier League trophy tour will make two stops in Lincoln this month.
Problems to solve: Lincoln Prison is now a cleaner and safer place, but there is still work to do, the latest inspection report has found.
Behind the scenes: With a year to go until completion, catch up with the developers working on the Lincoln Castle revamp project.
In or out: Lincoln Lib Dem MP candidate David Harding-Price looks at the benefits of staying in the EU and what the decision would mean for Lincolnshire.
Tuesday, April 1
Business boost: The Greater Lincolnshire LEP has officially put forward a bid for £50 million of funding from central government.
Council parking deal: The City Council is discounting parking fares at two car parks when using phone payments.
Library closures: Nettleham Parish Council said that it will withdraw its bid to take over the community-led village library from Lincolnshire County Council.
Nose Art: A children’s aviation art display has launched in Lincoln in memory of soldiers who lost their lives in WW2.
“Come and visit!” are the three words Owen Paterson, the DEFRA Secretary, used to describe Lincoln after a visit in the city.