One night only: The Feminists, who describe themselves as a cross-dressing trash-rock band, will make their way to Lincoln for a unique performance.
Wednesday, September 24
Top pilots: The Red Arrows have a new team leader for the 2015 season, along three new pilots they recruited this summer.
Monday, September 22
Fatal crash: Family and friends have paid their tributes to a Lincoln teenager who died after his moped left the road.
Wednesday, September 17
Wheelchair train advertising: A disabled Lincoln man is scouting the city streets in the hope of finding a new carer.
Tuesday, September 16
Interim CEO appointed: The City of Lincoln Council Chief Executive, Andrew Taylor, is taking an indefinite leave from his role due to health issues.
Monday, September 15
Housing career: In 1974, John Bibby accepted a temporary summer job as a council housing assistant. 24 years later, he’s retiring after a busy career in local government.
Friday, September 12
Champions in the community: North Kesteven’s most community-spirited individuals, businesses and groups have been honoured in a special awards ceremony.
Thursday, September 11
The extra mile: Lincoln fitness coach Iain Maynard is running along Hadrian’s Wall to raise money and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis.
Monday, September 8
Retirement ready: Deputy Chief Constable Keith Smy will be retiring from Lincolnshire Police this week.
Love and dedication: A Lincoln woman’s dedication to performing arts in the community helps keeps a North Hykeham theatre running smoothly.