Man vs metal: A British Olympic sprinter challenged one of Lincolnshire’s own Red Arrows jets to demonstrate the science of speed for a new ITV television show.
Monday, February 8
“My hamster ate my payment card”: TV Licensing has revealed the top excuses given by people for not paying their licenses.
Monday, January 25
Five whales: A fifth sperm whale has been washed up on beach in Lincolnshire, with warnings to members of the public to not approach the mammals.
Wednesday, January 20
Nominations open: The search is back on to find an outstanding individuals, organisations or high-flying businesses worthy of receiving the coveted Lincoln Civic Award.
Monday, January 18
Amazing views: Check out the stunning pictures captured by a local photographer of iconic Lincoln from above.
Wednesday, January 6
Online search: 18-year-old Ryan Lee Wright is desperately appealing to the online Lincoln community with the hopes of tracing his dad.
Tuesday, January 5
Burst main: People in villages to the south of Lincoln are without water due to a burst main on the morning of Tuesday, January 5.
Monday, January 4
Swanning around: Stunned Lincoln retail staff drafted in the help of the RSPCA over the weekend after a swan found itself trapped in a compact shop courtyard.
Friday, January 1
Big year to follow: There are some cracking films that lay ahead for us in the next twelve months, so prepare yourselves to get excited all over again.
Thursday, December 31
A year in magnificent photos: Highlights from Steve Smailes’ year photographing for The Lincolnite.
Top of the headlines: See which Lincoln news stories made the most-read list for 2015.
Top 10: Take a look back over our 10 most viewed videos of 2015.
Monday, December 28
Memory lane: New figures released by TV Licensing have revealed that are still 14 households with black and white licences in Lincoln.
Thursday, December 17
The force awakens: The force is strong in Lincolnshire. That’s because thousands of people in the county consider themselves to be Jedi Knights.
Tuesday, December 8
Available now: Lincoln’s favourite news website The Lincolnite is now available to read and ‘favourite’ on Apple’s News app on iPhone and iPads.
Thursday, September 10
“Bending the rules”: A former Lincoln parking warden blows the whistle on questionable ticketing tactic in a city car park.
Friday, July 17
Take a tour: As part of our ‘hidden gems’ series, visit the home of a famous Lincoln tank.
Thursday, June 11
Take a tour: Take a look around rarely seen spaces in Lincoln. First in the series is the Guildhall and Stonebow on Lincoln High Street.
Wednesday, March 18
Lunchtime web chat: Richard Davies, Executive Lincolnshire County Councillor for Transport, is joining The Lincolnite for a live web chat.
Thursday, January 29
The Lincoln Debate: For the first time in Lincolnshire, candidates for the Lincoln MP seat will take part in a political debate programme broadcast across three main local media in the city.