On its way! A former Red Arrows jet on the way from RAF Cranwell to be placed outside RAF Scampton to greet visitors.
The search is on: Over 60 people will assemble at Canwick Hill in Lincoln in search of lost 70-year-old medals.
Wednesday, October 7
Search organised: Lincoln residents with metal detectors are being asked to help find a set of missing medals which belong to a World War Two Bomber Command veteran.
Friday, October 2
Flying with the stars: Bomber Command veterans speak to The Lincolnite as they’re honoured with a commemorative spire in Lincoln.
Thursday, October 1
Then and now: On Lincolnshire Day, Councillor John Marriott reflects on his view of Lincoln over the last 38 years.
Wednesday, September 30
Lincolnshire Day: Find out what’s on in Lincoln for Lincolnshire Day.
Tuesday, September 29
Reactions: Lincoln politicians, tourism bosses and the public have reacted to the news that the Waddington International Air Show has been permanently scrapped by the Royal Air Force.
Wednesday, September 23
Paranormal activity? A group of Lincoln paranormal enthusiasts have started an ambitious project to document supernatural activity in the county over the last 1,000 years.
Friday, September 4
Mastermind remembered: Relatives of self-taught mathematical genius George Boole have joined a delegation from Cork to celebrate the legacy of one of Lincoln’s most influential sons.
Thursday, September 3
Runner-up: Lincoln Castle has narrowly fallen short in its bid to be named as Best Heritage Project at the National Lottery Awards.
Monday, August 31
Fatal stabbing: Quiet Billinghay, south east of Lincoln, was rocked by a horrific brawl in 1866, which led to the death of a local blacksmith.
Sunday, August 23
A splash of history: Find out more about the elusive Westgate Water Tower in Lincoln and take a sneak peek inside the 104-year-old building.
Monday, August 17
Don’t miss out: Almost 10,000 people have flocked to see a variety of world-famous treasures at Lincolnshire’s Great Exhibition this summer.
Wednesday, August 12
Cover interview: Stephen Palmer of Place Architecture is marking a year not only for creative achievements, but also an expansion that’s set to double the size of the practice.
Tuesday, August 11
Help needed: Historians are appealing for the public’s help in deciphering an inscription on a double-edged sword found in Lincolnshire in the 19th century.