Two fined: The first people prosecuted for ignoring Lincoln’s historic legal highs ban have been ordered to pay a total of £720 in court.
Wednesday, July 22
Hate crimes: Over 200 hate crimes motivated by racial prejudice and hostility were committed in Lincoln and neighbouring areas in the five years up to April 2015, according to new data.
Undercover test: A Lincoln pub was among three businesses in the county caught selling alcohol to a 16-year-old police volunteer.
Neighbourhood watch: A daytime Lincoln house burglar who was caught red handed has been given a suspended jail sentence.
Superstar Lincoln: What better setting for the acclaimed rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar than the nave of historic Lincoln Cathedral?
Tourism boost: Lincoln is one of the most successful areas in the county to boost the value of tourism.
Tuesday, July 21
Tales of a veteran: War veteran James Flowers presented the Lincolnshire Bomber Command Memorial Trust with money raised from sales of his biography.
Funding shake-up: Lincolnshire Police may be in line for a funding boost after plans were announced to overhaul the current system used to decide how much forces across the country receive.
Major investment: A Lincoln nightclub which has been renovated at a cost of £130,000 will be officially unveiled by television personality and model Katie Price this week.
Free site: Chatty Imp, a ‘relationship marketing’ agency launched by a duo of Lincoln entrepreneurs, is offering all businesses in Lincolnshire a website on them.
Pavement repairs: Mint Street in Lincoln will be closed for five nights to repair damage to a footpath by lorries driving on the pavement.
Large funeral: People in the uphill area of Lincoln may face travel disruption on Wednesday due to a large funeral.
Speeding ambulances: More than 4,500 speeding fines were issued to the trust which runs ambulances in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands in a five-year-period.
Art display: Work from artists who hail from the same school in a village near Lincoln will be on show at an exhibition in the city.
Monday, July 20
Sentencing next week: A man who bludgeoned his parents, before driving with their bodies 150 miles and burying them in a garden in Lincoln, has been found guilty of their manslaughter.
Hirebikes damaged: A set of hirebikes in the Birchwood area of Lincoln have been ripped from their docks and damaged.