Over six years in jail in total: Three young men have been jailed after admitting drug offences in connection with the death of a Lincoln student last year.
Friday, July 24
Thieves target several Lincoln streets: Police are urging motorists secure their cars after a recent spate of thefts and break-ins in the city.
Tuesday, July 7
By-election called: Five candidates are running in the North Kesteven District Council by-election for the Mill Ward.
Monday, July 6
More coffee, same chain: Caffe Nero opened its third Lincoln shop in St Mark’s at the weekend.
Saturday, July 4
Police appeal: Two men and a woman have been arrested after a man was assaulted in Lincoln on Friday night.
Friday, July 3
Lincoln BAFTAs: Lincoln teenagers are putting on a night of showbiz glitz and glamour for students with severe educational needs.
Tuesday, June 30
Business boost? Lincoln MP Karl McCartney is lobbying the government to grant Lincoln an Enterprise Zone.
Derailed freight train: The lines between Lincoln and Market Rasen and Grimsby are currently closed after a derailed freight train near Lincoln.
Monday, June 29
Family tributes: The family of Carly Lovett, the Lincoln graduate from Gainsborough killed in the Tunisia terror attack, have paid tributes.
Hot weather alert: Met Office meteorologists are forecasting a very warm week across Lincolnshire this week, possibly hitting over 30ºC on Wednesday.
Tributes: Hundreds of people have paid tributes to Carly Lovett, a Lincoln graduate from Gainsborough, who was killed in the Tunisia terror attack.
Sunday, June 28
Vulcan to the sky: Hundreds of people gathered at RAF Waddington to witness the final flypast of the Avro Vulcan XH558.
Friday, June 26
Record Lincolnshire Show: More than 60,000 visitors flocked through the gates at the Lincolnshire Showground this year.
Thursday, June 25
Warning, graphic images: Lincolnshire Police are investigating after three goats were stolen from a field in Lincoln.
Higher education issues: The head of the UK’s university admissions service will speak in Lincoln for the National Teachers’ Conference.