Thursday, November 20
Lincolnshire Business cover story: 25 years ago Martin Holliday took a leap of faith and launched a bespoke cabinet-making business. Today, Chiselwood has awards galore under its belt and its high-end reputation is recognised well beyond the county’s borders.
Wednesday, November 19
Plane crash: A light aircraft has crashed into a bungalow on a farm outside Castle Bytham, south of Grantham.
Lights out: Schools across Lincolnshire shall be switching off the power as part of an energy saving challenge.
Student accommodation: Proposals to develop a 37-bedroom student accommodation building in uphill Lincoln have been met with objections from local residents.
Business awards: Pupils at a Lincoln secondary school were given a special awards dinner to mark their work skills achievements.
Planning objections: A site formerly allocated to a city mosque has been proposed as a homeless shelter and office space.
Library future?: Libraries could be put out to tender if Cllr Nick Worth accepts an expression of interest in the service.
Charity box burglary: Police are appealing for witnesses after a man broke into Starbucks on Tritton Road in Lincoln and stole a charity box.
Time for change: Lucy Rigby is totally against the exploitation of zero hours contracts, and explains her reasons why.
Light up a life: End-of-life care charity St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice is inviting people in Lincoln to “light up a life” in memory of a loved one.