Stolen horses found: Three horses that were stolen from their rescue home paddocks near Lincoln have been recovered, and their care transferred to another organisation.
Monday, February 23
City Hall hub: Lincoln Jobcentre Plus will move into City Hall by the end of October, after plans to create a new ‘public sector hub’ were approved by the City of Lincoln Council.
Car park refurb: City of Lincoln Council has voted in favour of modernising the Broadgate car park at a meeting of the Executive.
Job losses: Up to 30 members of staff at Dynex Semiconductor Ltd in Lincoln will lose their jobs after the company admitted financial difficulties.
Pharmacy refurbishment: A Lincoln pharmacy hopes to offer an improved service to customers after undergoing a healthy living refurbishment.
Help for bereaved families: Lincoln will benefit from a new suicide support group as figures reveal the city’s high suicide rate.
Transport hub work assigned: Construction company Willmott Dixon has been appointed to deliver the £25 million transport hub proposed in Lincoln.
Jobs at risk: Proposals to close a factory in Swinderby near Lincoln could mean up to 90 job losses, only months after the company acquired it.
Democracy in action: Pupils at a Lincoln primary school held their own Parliament to decide on a project to improve their school.
Saturday, February 21
Film review: The Wedding Ringer promises to follow in the footsteps of Bridesmaids when it comes to wedding-themed comedy. But will it have you renewing your vows with the genre of filing for divorce?
Friday, February 20
East West Link latest: A pedestrian footbridge will be the next addition to the £22 million works to create a new East-West Link road through Lincoln.