Know your bin day: Bin collection services for residents living in Abbey ward and uphill Lincoln will change this week due to a growth in housing.
Friday, September 26
Postponed: Plans for train maintenance staff on East Midlands Trains to strike next week have been postponed.
Jobs lost: Almost 40 members of staff at the learning disability charity Linkage Community Trust will lose their jobs due to cuts and a fall in student numbers.
Revision tool: A Lincoln secondary school has been given an award for its use of a national online education tool.
Seasonal garden: The garden of a Lincoln care home has been brought back to life by volunteers from Lincolnshire Co-Op, to help dementia sufferers recognise the seasons.
Operation Manna: Two nations have come together for a special planting ceremony at Lincoln Cathedral to pay tribute to Lincolnshire’s part in the humanitarian aid mission.
Thursday, September 25
Readers’ pictures: Britain’s last flying Vulcan toured 10 RAF stations on its Cold War tour on September 25, including RAF Waddington and RAF Scampton.
More stations: It’s now easier to travel from Burton Waters to Lincoln by bike with the introduction of hirebike stations at the village.
Insecurity theft: Police are looking for witnesses after a high value items were taken in a Lincoln burglary.
Public nuisance: Some eight people have been charged with causing a public nuisance during an illegal rave at a Lincolnshire village earlier this year.
Award-winning green spaces: Hartsholme Country Park in Lincoln and The Arboretum are celebrating after receiving Green Flag status.