Friday, November 21
Say hello: Rachel from Lincolnshire Co-op explains the importance of an event like World Hello Day, and how the group will be taking part.
Thursday, November 20
Festive sparkle: Hundreds enjoyed the Lincoln Christmas lights on High Street and St Marks on Thursday evening.
More apprentices: A building developer has taken on more graduates, four of which are from Lincoln, to work on a number of its projects in the region.
More funding: Lincoln community groups have benefitted from funding given out by a building society.
Dangerous machinery: A topsoil supplier in Lincoln has been fined £80,000 after an employee lost the use of both arms in a work related accident.
Aircraft crash: Investigations are ongoing after an aeroplane crashed into a Lincolnshire bungalow, leaving a 73-year old man in hospitalised.
The Drift: The producer behind The Drift described it as “no average independent film” as he spoke to The Lincolnite about his Lincoln Sci-Fi movie project.
Doorstep crime: Police are tying to locate a man who attempted to take an elderly resident to a cash point for supposed guttering work.
Scooter skills: Pupils at a local primary school have been learning pavement etiquette as part of a scooter training course.
Back in business: A Lincolnshire school meals provider is back in business after being served with a closure notice by two local councils.