Wednesday, April 16
First choice: More children than ever in Lincolnshire are receiving their first preference for primary schools.
Tuesday, April 15
Part two: The latest from the employment tribunal, where a former employee is alleging she was pushed out her job because she got pregnant.
Burgled shop: Jewellery valued between £5,000 and £10,000 has been taken in a burglary from a shop in the Bailgate in Lincoln.
Difficult choices: County Councillor Marc Jones ponders why councillors can’t work together better for their communities.
Save Lincs Libraries: The Shadow Minister for Libraries Helen Goodman MP visited Lincoln to campaign against changes to the Ermine library.
Tricky situation: Almost 600,000 people signed up to zero hours contracts last year, almost double the government’s original estimates, writes Amanda McSorley.
Positive results so far: Sales grew by 2.2% at Lincolnshire Co-op food stores for the first half of the society’s financial year.
Jobs lost: The West Cornwall Pasty Company shop in Cornhill in Lincoln has closed after the chain went into administration.
Green waste: Lincoln residents who want to have their garden waste collected can now renew or join the City of Lincoln Council’s scheme.
Crowd-curated history: Lincoln researchers are designing a smartphone app that will let people share memories and events associated with city heritage sites.