Poppy display: Thousands of ceramic poppies first displayed at the Tower of Lincoln for the 100th anniversary of the First World War will be on show at Lincoln Castle in 2016.
Friday, November 27
Story of sacrifice: The names of over 23,000 Lincolnshire men and women who sacrificed their lives in conflict are now online and accessible as a lasting legacy.
Tuesday, November 24
Museum’s landmark: A well-loved Lincoln museum has notched up one million visitors in just its first 10 years.
Friday, November 20
Reunion of giants: Watch the trailer for an upcoming documentary about the reunion tour of the last two airworthy Lancaster Bombers in Lincolnshire.
Tuesday, November 17
800: A unique book celebrating the impact of the Magna Carta on modern society will be dispatched from Lincoln to leaders across the world.
Thursday, November 12
Dakota gifted: Metheringham airfield is gearing up to welcome a Second World War Dakota DC3 aircraft which is believed to have transported Winston Churchill and King George VI.
Wednesday, November 11
Armistice Day: Lincoln fell silent on November 11 to remember the nation’s war heroes, with hundreds attending a remembrance service at the High Street war memorial.
Sunday, November 8
Remembrance Sunday: Hundreds gathered at Lincoln Cathedral on Sunday, November 8 to pay tribute to those lost fighting for their country.
Thursday, November 5
Fascinating footage: People have a unique chance to view the county at a time before smartphones, the internet and hover boards through historic online archives.
Tuesday, November 3
Remembering the fallen: A poppy placing ceremony has taken place at the International Bomber Command Centre.
Top for tourism: The £22 million Lincoln Castle Revealed project has beaten top tourist attractions to win a prestigious travel award.
Monday, November 2
George Boole Day: People all over the world are marking the life and work of Lincoln mathematical genius George Boole on what would have been his 200th birthday.
Thursday, October 29
Help needed: A crowdfunder to restore one of Lincoln Cathedral’s iconic turrets to its former glory comes to a close in just two weeks.
Friday, October 23
Digging for history: Aspiring excavators have unearthed coins, medieval pottery and animal bones in a two-day excavation with archaeologist and television presenter Professor Carenza Lewis.
Monday, October 19
A trip down memory lane: Staff at the Lincoln UTC heard tales for their new home from a former pupil in the 1940s.