Friday, June 14
Indecent exposure: Police are looking for a man who indecently exposed himself to a woman waiting for the bus on Boultham Park Road.
Green light: LED energy-saving lamps are being installed on a third of traffic lights across Lincolnshire in a bid to save around £60,000 per year.
Hidden treasure: Exploring the history of St. Mary’s Guildhall down Lincoln High Street, which was a Royal palace in the high-medieval period.
Thursday, June 13
First look: Visitors to Lincoln Castle will be able to go onto the newly-completed south curtain wall from the end of June, where there has never been access before.
Industrial unit burglary: Police are looking to trace a set of martial arts weapons stolen from an industrial unit in Lincoln last week.
Last call: The makers of the Lincoln edition of the Monopoly board game say there have been very few suggestions for the board’s cheap Old Kent Road property.
CCTV appeal: Police search for man after a wallet containing a cash card was stolen from a Lincoln train, with over £2,500 later spent on the card.
Online Media Awards accolade: The Lincolnite brought home the special Chairman’s Award at the Online Media Awards in London.
Fortnight in jail: A Lincolnshire man who posted offensive comments on Facebook following the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich has ben jailed.
Blind cycling: A look into the world of cycling in the second of a three-part series featuring local people.