Reaper drones and Rivet Joint spy plane: Drones controlled from RAF Waddington will fly surveillance missions over Syria in the battle against Islamic State militants.
Friday, October 17
Drumming together: A Lincolnshire drummer will join another 1,000 musicians to break a world record for charity.
15MW farm: Proposals for a 125,818-panel solar farm in Branston have been approved, with the ability to generate power for around 3,600 homes.
Thursday, October 16
No for now: Two separate applications for green land solar farms in Saxilby have been deferred.
Shop-in-shop: A Lincoln interiors shop which was forced to move from the path of the Eat-West Link Road has lots planned for it’s new position.
Lincoln investigations continue: Lincolnshire police have joined other forces to raise awareness of modern slavery after raids in Lincoln.
Family matters: Emma of Ringrose Law explains what the courts look at when a farm is included in a divorce.
Shed burglaries: Police are reminding residents to secure the likes of sheds this winter to deter burglars.
Lincoln Cathedral Connected: A £13.3 million project to extend and sustain Lincoln Cathedral by 2022 will depend on the success of a second bid for funding.
Sentenced: A Skegness man charged with robbing an elderly Lincoln man, who died following the incident, has been jailed for three years.
Children’s cookery: The children’s cookery marquee will be back for this year’s Sausage Festival.