Peek into the past: Footage of Lincoln dating as far back as 1935 is documented on YouTube by British Pathé.
Dream comes true: A 91-year-old Lincoln war veteran flew out to Norway to visit the grave of his brother who was killed in the Second World War.
Thursday, May 21
Commemoration: A state-of-the-art Typhoon fighter jet has been given a special paint scheme to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Wednesday, May 20
Cathedral improvements: Lincoln Cathedral has been successful in its bid for £12 million of heritage funding to regenerate the attraction.
Friday, May 15
Vulcan to the Sky: The Vulcan XH558, the last flying airplane of its kind, will be retired after its final display season this summer.
Thursday, May 14
Civic Award: the RAF Red Arrows returned home from their pre-season training in Greece to a prestigious award ceremony, honouring them for their contribution to Lincoln.
Wednesday, May 13
Royal visit: The revamped Lincoln Castle will get the royal seal of approval just in time for Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary celebrations.
Sunday, May 10
Planting the spire: The Memorial Spire, centre piece of the International Bomber Command Centre on Canwick Hill has been erected.
Tank unveiled: Hundreds of people welcomed the official unveiling of the Lincoln Tank Memorial on Tritton Road roundabout.
Thursday, April 30
Display approval: The Red Arrows’ display season is officially getting underway, with the team being awarded its Public Display Authority.