Mystery deaths: Lincoln vets issue advice after three dogs reportedly died in the last two weeks after walks on the West Common.
Wednesday, October 16
Retirement plan: Paul Richardson, the chairman of ULHT, will retire from the role this December after just over four years.
Thursday, October 10
Compensation: A boy who suffers cerebral palsy due to his birth has received a large settlement from ULHT.
Tuesday, October 8
Health and poverty: There is a link between poor health and low income, explains City Council Leader Ric Metcalfe, and the latest health profile for Lincoln highlights the problems.
Monday, October 7
Be 999-wise: Emergency ambulance vehicles in Lincolnshire will have ads plastered promoting the right use of the 999 number.
Thursday, October 3
Mites could be the problem: Seasonal canine illness claimed lives of two Lincolnshire dogs, with 24 cases reported this year as part of research.
Wednesday, October 2
New leader: An interim chief exec has been drafted into EMAS after former boss quit the role in the midst of a major service restructure.
Wednesday, September 25
New car: A rapid response charity in Lincolnshire has bought a better equipped vehicle with a council grant.
Tuesday, September 24
Well done Mollie! Local teenager raised almost £400 for Lincoln County Hospital after running the Lincoln 10k.
Thursday, September 19
Failed again: Lincoln County Hospital failed to meet any of the required standards by the CQC, a report reveals.