Woman assaulted: A 52-year-old woman was left with a fractured skull and facial injuries after an alleged assault in her home.
Tuesday, March 3
Council tax rise: The City of Lincoln Council’s portion of the council tax will rise by £3.61 on average per year.
Parking charges increase: The City of Lincoln Council will increase its car parking charges by 10p per hour across the city.
Council tax freeze: West Lindsey District Council has announced it will again not increase its share of council tax for 2015/16.
Preserving heritage: A heritage grant of over £125k will allow people in Lincolnshire to have their say on sites of importance.
Festival of colours: University of Lincoln Chaplain Subash Chellaiah looks ahead to the city’s second Holi festival event, and explains its origins.
Marvellous Me: A Lincoln educational arts organisation is touring primary schools in the county with a show raising issues around mental health.
Burglary rise: Shop owners in Lincoln have been warned to take precautions after a number of businesses were targeted in recent weeks.
Library improvements: Library users will benefit from an improved online service as the council introduces a more user-friendly catalogue.
Winners and losers: Kate Faulkner looks at what the 2015 property market will mean in terms of growth for home owners.
Monday, March 2
Minister visit: Policing Minister Mike Penning visited Lincolnshire to discuss sending a Home Office task force to the county.