Special guest: A Lincoln school got a surprise visit from a renowned actor this week.
Thursday, October 23
Developing Lincoln: Meet the brothers behind the £30 million Jackson & Jackson Developments company in Lincoln.
Fit for a king: Meet the Sausage King, a man who travels the country to find the best sausages. He’s currently in Lincolnshire.
Monday, October 20
High accolade: A Lincolnshire GP has been awarded an MBE for her work with Lincolnshire’s LIVES charity.
Wednesday, October 8
Tributes paid: The former principal of Bishop Grosseteste University, Professor Leonard Marsh OBE, has died aged 84.
The Fight: After hearing the inspirational story of a cancer sufferer, five 15-year-olds from Lincoln reached for their musical instruments in a mission to help the battle against cancer.
Tuesday, October 7
Money worries: Figures reveal the number of people in Lincoln seeking debt advice increased by 40% in the first six months of this year.
Monday, October 6
25-year careers: Some 27 members of Lincolnshire Co-op staff were awarded for their combined 675 years of service since starting their careers in 1989.
Friday, October 3
Strictly no limits: A group of ‘older ladies’ from Lincoln, have been proving that age has no limits when it comes to dancing, with a special performance at the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva.
Wednesday, September 24
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.