Skellingthorpe and Burton Waters: The Access LN6 bike hire scheme has been extended to two Lincoln villages, a year after it was first launched.
Tuesday, September 16
True sustainability? Pete Dixon argues that despite creating jobs in the area, supermarkets are actually a drain on local economy.
Monday, September 15
Drug raid arrests: Seven people have been arrested following three drugs raids in the south of Lincoln.
Change needed: Results back from a survey reveal Lincolnshire residents want change to the current health and care provisions in the county.
Cycle challenge: Employees from Lincolnshire businesses are being encouraged to cycle to work as part of the Lincs Cycle Challenge.
Housing career: In 1974, John Bibby accepted a temporary summer job as a council housing assistant. 24 years later, he’s retiring after a busy career in local government.
Relocation: The Phoenix Health Shop in Lincoln has closed down, with services moving elsewhere in the city.
Big move: An annual dance music festival has moved from Leeds to Lincoln due to venue issues.
Contracts lost: Phones 4U stores, including two Lincoln outlets, have closed across the country after the chain slipped into administration.
Right royal PR: Lava’s Penny Reeve explains how the youngest royals have successfully marketed the royal family recently, and how businesses can apply the same ideas.
Saturday, September 13
Hundreds attend: Europe’s largest Steampunk festival has made a spectacular return, and the streets of uphill Lincoln are overflowing with mechanical-Victorian sites.