Football hell: Lincoln nightshift worker Daniel Wayte is losing his patience after a goalpost was lined up with his from door.
Tuesday, October 6
Monday, October 5
Danger to the public: The owner of the former Tokyo nightclub in Lincoln has been found guilty of putting lives of staff and customers at risk.
Tough competition: Lincoln bodybuilder Craig Barton is breaking new frontiers in the world of fitness after taking the leap from personal trainer to ambitious competitor.
Friday, September 25
Pastures new: Cyclists across Lincoln will be able to enjoy a new scenic journey following the opening of a cycle path route on Thursday, September 24.
Friday, September 18
Wine not?: Wine enthusiasts will be flocking to a new Lincoln wine bar after an investment of over £50,000.
Wednesday, August 26
Back open: The swimming pool at Yarborough Leisure Centre has now re-opened after a leak, due to heavy rain causing its closure.
Monday, August 24
Pool closed: A Lincoln swimming pool has bee shut for the second time in two weeks due to a leaking roof.
Friday, August 21
New cycle shop: A new bike shop is set to open as an exciting addition at Doddington Hall near Lincoln.
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.
Friday, August 14
Heavy rain: The swimming pool, group exercise studio and cycling studio at Yarborough Leisure Centre have been temporarily closed.
Monday, August 3
Economic benefits revealed: More than £2 million was brought into Lincolnshire’s economy by hosting the British Cycling National Road Race Championships in June.
Thursday, July 23
Green Flag Award: Two Lincoln parks have once again been recognised for providing some of the best open spaces in the country.
Wednesday, July 22
Tourism boost: Lincoln is one of the most successful areas in the county to boost the value of tourism.
Monday, June 29
Winners chosen: People who signed up for the chance to whizz down a Lincoln hill on a giant waterslide will find out if they were successful.
Ready for 2016: The £3.6m redevelopment of North Kesteven Centre is entering the final phase for a March 2016 completion date.