Light Up a Life: Hundreds of people in Lincoln took part in a community remembrance service for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.
Generous donation: The Historic Lincoln Trust has received a million-pound donation from an education foundation.
Great interest: There were 45k applications to see all the Magna Carta’s together in one room — but those who miss out can enjoy a number of events in Lincoln next year.
White ribbon campaign: The Lincolnshire Domestic Abuse Partnership supported a national campaign against domestic abuse on November 25.
Award winning: The Lincolnshire Technology Hubs have been awarded an award for its work in helping businesses grasp emerging technologies.
Child safety: Lincolnshire County Council are offering free blind cleats to families in Lincolnshire to avoid tragedies.
Ex-military jobs: A recruitment drive to bring ex-military personnel into the house building industry will create hundreds of jobs, and developments in North Hykeham.
Small Business Saturday: City of Lincoln Council leader Ric Metcalfe writes about the importance of small businesses to the local economy and what support is available.
Stopping terrorism: PC Riz Chothia explains Counter Terrorism Awareness Week and how you can take part.
Monday, November 24
Toilets for sale: The City of Lincoln Council are selling off some public toilets in order to save money.
Restorative reward: After to young men damaged a sign at Lincoln Drill Hall, they paid up for the crime and the money was used to hire a sign interpreter for a panto.