The authority behind a legal highs ban in Lincoln insists it is working a year on from when it was first introduced.
City of Lincoln council say there have been 7 prosecutions for legal highs under its public space protection order and 13 for alcohol. Officers have also confiscated legal highs and alcohol 347 times.
A new law making it an offence to produce or supply legal highs is also being introduced nationally before the summer when offenders could face up to 7 years in prison.
Sam Barstow City of Lincoln Council said there has been a big reduction in the number of times the order has been used.
Lincoln Castle is celebrating the first anniversary of its £22m refurbishment.
250,000 people have visited the attraction over the past year.
It was crowned the UK's best tourist attraction in November 2015, beating off stiff competition from across the country including the Harry Potter studio tour and the Tower Bridge glass floor attraction in London.
One year on from the introduction of a ban on legal highs in Lincoln, a local drugs charity says that overall it has not led to a reduction in the number of young people taking them.
The council says the Public Space Protection Order has led to 20 prosecutions.
Muriel Hammond, 90, who was reported missing from Lincoln this morning has been found safe and well.
Police have issued an urgent appeal to help find a 90-year-old woman who has been reported missing from Lincoln.
Muriel Hammond was last seen at her home in the south of Lincoln at 10am this morning.
She is around 5ft 9in in height, with white-grey hair, and wearing a fawn-coloured coat, a white top and sandals.
Muriel is believed to be in a confused state and police are keen to trace her as soon as possible.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a boy was hit by a cyclist in Lincoln. The eight-year-old was walking out of a front gate in Cannon Street when he was struck by a cyclist riding on the pavement. The cyclist didn't stop and was seen riding towards the city centre. The boy was taken to hospital with a broken leg.
The cyclist is described as a man, dressed all in black riding a black bike.
Sgt Tom Richardson of Lincolnshire Police is appealing for the cyclist to get in touch as he may not know that the child was injured.
Muslims and Christians in Lincoln have come together in condemnation of the terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday which killed more than thirty people.
After an open air service at the city's Stonebow, members of the Lincoln Churches together group held a procession to join with Muslims at the end of Friday prayers. The chairman of the Islamic Association of Lincoln said the atrocities in Belgium go against everything his religion stands for.
Joint prayers are being held in Lincoln today following the terrorist attacks in Brussels.
An open air service is being held by members of the Lincoln Churches Together, followed by a procession with local Muslim residents.
The events will promote community cohesion and a united front against threats from terrorism.
The funeral is being held today for Bomber Command veteran Donald Nicholson. The 93-year-old sparked a national search for his war medals last year after losing them ahead of the opening ceremony of Lincoln's new Bomber Command memorial spire.
They were eventually found just a few yards from his home. And shortly afterwards Mr Nicholson was treated to a special flypast at the memorial spire.