Thursday, February 26
Public enquiry: The Department for Transport has confirmed that the second public inquiry to be held for the £100 million Lincoln Eastern Bypass scheme will take place in August.
Council clear up: City of Lincoln Council has announced the cost of cleaning the site where travellers set up camp for nearly a week.
Rises approved: The City of Lincoln Council has approved a rise of 2.2% for members’ allowances, in addition to a 2.2% rise in council house rents.
Motivational words: A winner of BBC One’s The Voice visited a Lincolnshire school to give a talk to 15 and 16-year-old students.
Fundraising campaign: Lincoln City FC has announced plans to create a mosaic of the Dambusters to rescue them from their financial crisis.
Taser use: A child from Lincolnshire was the youngest person to have a Taser used on them in 2012-2013, new statistics have revealed.
A new shopping quarter: Lincolnshire Co-operative unveiled plans to redevelop the Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln city centre and revamp the historic Corn Exchange.
Wednesday, February 25
Wanted man: Police are appealing for information to find a Lincoln burglar who has not been seen since the start of February.
Diverted trains: Around 100 passenger and freight trains per day will be diverted through stations including Lincoln during five weekends of East Coast Mainline maintenance works.
Finalists announced: The finalists have been announced for the first Lincolnshire Digital Awards, organised by Lincolnshire Business magazine and The Lincolnite.