Two fined: The first people prosecuted for ignoring Lincoln’s historic legal highs ban have been ordered to pay a total of £720 in court.
Combating loneliness: The Age UK charity in Lincoln has received a donation of £5,500 to bridge the loneliness gap for older people in the city.
Iconic meet: Some 20 vintage Minis were in formation beneath the iconic Vulcan XM607 at the weekend for a special salute to the XH558.
The struggle for better pay: Nurses are facing a dilemma: stay in the UK or get better paid abroad, writes David Harding-Price.
Community work: Students from a Lincoln school are helping visitors get the most out of a nature reserve this summer.
A furious rant: I cannot accept the risk of having our Armed Forces associated with the EDL, writes Matt Osborne.
Saturday, July 25
Two demonstrations: No arrests were made as two protests held in Lincoln city centre went off without major incident on July 25.
Peaceful demonstrations: Look back over the EDL anti-Islam and Lincoln Against Racism and Fascism marches in Lincoln on July 25.
Lincoln protests: Follow live updates of the EDL protest and Lincoln Against Racism and Fascism counter-demonstration in Lincoln today.
Film review: Pixar releases its first of two films for 2015, Inside Out, but does it get close to the standard of other films from the studio?
Friday, July 24
Over six years in jail in total: Three young men have been jailed after admitting drug offences in connection with the death of a Lincoln student last year.
Inquiry: A public inquiry expected to last four days will be held in August to decide on an application to build 230 homes in a Lincoln village.
All dressed up: The 25 Lincoln Barons were temporarily given an unseasonably wintry look by a knitting group determined to keep the sculptures in the city centre.
Business benefits: Lincoln businesses are being urged to express their interest as the local LEP aims to bid for one of the new Enterprise Zones.
Fires started: Several wheelie bins and a van have been deliberately set on fire in Lincoln this week.
Thieves target several Lincoln streets: Police are urging motorists secure their cars after a recent spate of thefts and break-ins in the city.