“Close relationship”: Robert Taylor’s daughter has paid tribute to her dad while hitting out at the woman jailed for his manslaughter.
Lincoln Draft Local Plan: Consultations have come to an end on the Central Lincolnshire Draft Local Plan and responses will be reviewed.
Missing man: Police are appealing for help in finding a vulnerable missing man, who was last seen leaving a Lincoln mental health centre.
Royal unveiling: New, hi-tech £18 million facilities at RAF Waddington have been unveiled by Prince Edward.
Online shopping: Lincoln businesses need to take advantage of the huge potential online shopping has to offer say eCommerce experts.
Monday, November 23
Judge visits: Lincoln College A-Level students were able to quiz a High Court judge on the legal system.
Friday, November 20
New leadership: Professor Susan Rigby has been named as the University of Lincoln’s new Deputy Vice Chancellor.
Wednesday, November 18
Trial continues: A Lincoln Crown Court jury heard on Wednesday, November 18 that The Priory Federation of Academies Trust was in “turmoil” due to the boss’ son’s position.
Well prepared: An eccentric Lincolnshire investor has created his very own underground bunker, capable of outstaying an apocalypse.
Tuesday, November 17
Condemnation: The Chairman of the Islamic Association of Lincoln has condemned attacks by Islamic State (IS) militants in Paris on Friday, stating he is “deeply shocked” by events.
Monday, November 16
Change at the top: A new Chief Executive Officer has been announced for the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust.
Tickets up for grabs: A competition to win tickets to see former Oasis star Noel Gallagher in Lincoln for the first time has opened.
Cyclist named: The male cyclist who died in a crash on the A46 Lincoln bypass earlier this month has been named as Ben Marshall.
Thursday, November 12
Fraud trial: A culture of lavish spending was behind the Priory Federation of Academies, a jury was told on Thursday, November 12.
Simon Harrison found: A missing man who was described as ‘vulnerable’ has been found safe and well after police launched a search appeal.