Secret history: Archeologists reveal the story behind historic discoveries underneath the pending East West Link Road.
Tuesday, July 28
Last chance: There are just two days left for people to vote for Lincoln Castle at the National Lottery Awards.
Monday, July 27
Iconic meet: Some 20 vintage Minis were in formation beneath the iconic Vulcan XM607 at the weekend for a special salute to the XH558.
Friday, July 24
All dressed up: The 25 Lincoln Barons were temporarily given an unseasonably wintry look by a knitting group determined to keep the sculptures in the city centre.
Thursday, July 23
Online campaign: A new Facebook group to save the 25 Lincoln Barons from being auctioned off for charity has been created.
Tuesday, July 21
Tales of a veteran: War veteran James Flowers presented the Lincolnshire Bomber Command Memorial Trust with money raised from sales of his biography.
Thursday, July 16
Historical murder: Of past crimes that shook Lincoln, the murder of a pregnant woman in the 1800s saw the husband face his own gruesome demise.
Wednesday, July 15
Special surprise for visitors: A family from Glasgow have become the 100,000th visitors to Lincoln Castle since it was restored earlier this year.
Thursday, July 9
Festival 800: A number of well-known artists will arrive in Lincoln for a 10 day festival to round off the Magna Carta 800th anniversary celebrations in the city.
Friday, July 3
Weekend preview: Lincolnshire students have been the first to try their hands at 1,000-year-old crafts as the annual weekend event returns to Lincoln Castle.
Wednesday, July 1
Remembered in steel: The names of thousands of Bomber Command aircrew who lost their lives are being cut into corten steel walls in the next phase of the International Bomber Command Memorial Centre project.
Tuesday, June 30
Historic views: The Lincoln landscape has changed dramatically over the last century, and an online archive of Aerofilms is helping people visualise just how much.
Monday, June 29
Historic exhibition: World-famous treasures can be found in Lincoln during the county’s long-awaited great exhibition.
Sunday, June 28
Vulcan to the sky: Hundreds of people gathered at RAF Waddington to witness the final flypast of the Avro Vulcan XH558.
Voting open: The £22 million revamp of one of Lincoln’s most iconic landmarks has been shortlisted for a national award.