Once in a lifetime: Tickets have gone on sale for the chance to see the last two fully operational Lancaster Bombers in Lincolnshire.
Wednesday, July 23
Feline rescue: Firefighters rescued a cat stuck up a chimney breast in Lincoln an reunited the pet with its owners.
Tuesday, July 22
4,000 plots: A new £1.2 million cemetery has opened off Long Leys Road in Lincoln to manage demand for up to another 50 years.
Likely rejection: Plans for a wind farm at Hemswell Cliff face another hurdle as Eric Pickles has called in the application for “his determination”.
Kitchen skills: A new kitchen in Lincoln’s Central Market will offer free cooking courses to pass on important skills and help vulnerable people.
Singing success: Lincoln community choir Ermine Voices is encouraging aspiring singers to give performing a go after bagging a starring role in an internationally acclaimed play.
Unanimous approval: Dr John Brewin has been appointed as the new substantive Chief Executive for Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT).
Shop move: Sport Direct is closing soon — but only so it can move into a new city premises.
Apply now: Aspiring athletes in Lincolnshire can apply for support and funding by joining Lincolnshire Sport’s Elite Athlete Programme.
High Taser use: Lincolnshire Police, while commended for affordability, has been questioned over its Taser usage.
Reshuffles: David Harding-Price studies the recent cabinet reshuffle, and uses Ken Clarke as an example of a great constituency MP.