Remembered in steel: The names of thousands of Bomber Command aircrew who lost their lives are being cut into corten steel walls in the next phase of the International Bomber Command Memorial Centre project.
Sunday, June 28
Castle circuit: Hundreds of riders took on cobbled uphill Lincoln in the penultimate British Cycling road race event.
Beating addiction: A young man from Lincoln who escaped drug addiction is now helping others find their paths to success.
Voting open: The £22 million revamp of one of Lincoln’s most iconic landmarks has been shortlisted for a national award.
Saturday, June 27
Sportive stars: The annual Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive started and finished in Lincoln on Saturday, June 27 with around 1,600 riders taking part.
In pictures: Hundreds of people turned out for a commemorative service and events in Lincoln for Armed Forces Day.
Lincoln graduate killed: Former Lincoln student Carly Lovett is one of the first British victims of the terror attacks in Tunisia to be named.
Film review: The minion phenomenon is growing. But does the first-ever minion orientated film do the characters justice?
Increased funding: Volunteer medics and first responders from Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Services’ (LIVES) have received a welcome boost from Lincolnshire Co-op shoppers.
Beware scammers: Businesses across the county are being warned of a phone scam which has already cost some firms thousands.
Friday, June 26
Uphill sprint: The British Cycling National Road Championships arrived in Lincoln! Check out the highlights from the first event.
Record Lincolnshire Show: More than 60,000 visitors flocked through the gates at the Lincolnshire Showground this year.
STEM day: Businesses, scientists and celebrity ambassadors will once again join forces at an event to encourage the next generation of engineers in Lincolnshire.
Against the clock: The first day of the British Cycling National Championships saw up to 30,000 visitors head to Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire for the time trials.
Be aware: Residents in the areas surrounding RAF Coningsby should be aware of a series of continued night flying plans and noise disruption.
One girl found: Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information to help find a young girl from the Sleaford area.