Monday, February 8
“Significant event”: Police have said drug dealing will not be tolerated, after 13 members of a notorious gang were sentenced.
Year of the monkey: Two University of Lincoln students have given their personal insight into the meaning of Chinese New Year.
Dangerous effects: Lincolnshire Police have issued a warning after canisters of ‘laughing gas’ were seized in Lincoln.
Bus cuts: A quarter of subsidised Lincolnshire bus routes are likely to be axed say county councillors, as proposals to cut services by £2.2 million are reviewed.
Body found: An underwater search unit was called to a Lincolnshire drainage dyke on the morning of Monday, February 8 after a body was discovered by a member of the public.
Huge operation: A local businessman and drugs gang ringleader who brought huge quantities of heroin and cocaine into a Lincolnshire town has been jailed.
Hedge trimmed: The long-running dispute between Lincolnshire County Council and homeowner Roy Dowson over his hedge appears to have ended.
Tribute: The family of a 22-year-old greenkeeper who died in a crash in Lincolnshire have spoken of how he “touched the hearts of everybody in the community”.
“My hamster ate my payment card”: TV Licensing has revealed the top excuses given by people for not paying their licenses.
Appeal rejected: A man who was jailed for life after murdering his former wife in a premeditated attack in Lincoln has lost an appeal to reduce his sentence.
Achievements in the community: Over 70 Lincolnshire 16 and 17-year-olds were awarded for their work in the community at a National Citizen Service (NCS) graduation ceremony.
Sunday, February 7
Body found: Police have launched an investigation into the death of a man whose body was discovered down a city centre passageway.
Saturday, February 6
‘No to office closures’: Union representatives descended on Lincoln High Street today to gather signatures for a petition against the closure of both Lincoln HMRC offices.
Dad’s Army review: Does this modern-day re-imagining with an all-star British cast live up to the series that delighted so many for so long?
Friday, February 5
Hitting back: Union representatives will be demonstrating in Lincoln this weekend against the closure of both Lincoln HMRC offices, a move which will bring down the axe on 200 jobs.