Canwick road latest: In the fourth week of a £4.5m project to upgrade Canwick Road in Lincoln workers have been transforming an old railway culvert into a pedestrian subway.
Tuesday, January 27
Friendly and obedient: Police are looking for the owners of male Husky dog found on the South Common in Lincoln.
No fire cuts plea: Campaigners opposed to proposed cuts to fire services in Lincolnshire are holding a protest march in Lincoln this weekend.
New model of local government: John Marriott looks at how local government can be reshaped in Lincolnshire and the benefits it would bring.
Charity work honoured: Chis Illsley from Running Imp will become an Honorary Freeman of the City of Lincoln.
Monday, January 26
Waterside South closed: For one month motorists in the Waterside South area of Lincoln will experience extra delays due to road works.
Stop the sale: People in Lincoln have joined a national movement to steer government away from NHS privatisation deals.
£143k for charity: Staff and customers at Lincolnshire Co-op have smashed their previous charity of the year fundraising record.
Property forecast: Kate Faulkner looks into the highs and lows of the Lincolnshire property market that we should be expecting in 2015.
Community art: A group of young people have produced a graffiti painting at Sincil Bank Football Stadium in Lincoln after receiving £2,000 of funding.
Join the conversation: Applications are open for a special seminar discussing Lincolnshire transportation issues with industry experts.