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.
Sunday, August 23
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.
Hidden well: Archaeologists have unearthed a medieval well and Roman remains inside a front garden in Newport.
Wednesday, August 5
Find them all: Take our photography trail of the listed monuments of the Arboretum in Lincoln.
Buying out the barons: Local campaigners hoping to keep the 25 Lincoln Barons have set up a fundraising campaign to buy the set for the city at auction.
Friday, July 31
Set free: One of Lincoln’s much-loved Barons has had a change of scenery, moving from a busy shopping centre into the great outdoors.
Thursday, July 30
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.