Lincolnshire Business cover story: 25 years ago Martin Holliday took a leap of faith and launched a bespoke cabinet-making business. Today, Chiselwood has awards galore under its belt and its high-end reputation is recognised well beyond the county’s borders.
Thursday, November 20
Wednesday, November 19
Back to the parking future: A City of Lincoln Council employee has been recognised for his parking knowledge and comedic writing and is up for an award.
Monday, November 17
Sports Direct protest: Campaigners marked the opening of a new Sports Direct store in Lincoln this weekend by protesting against the use of zero-hours contracts and low pay.
Thursday, November 13
Lincolnshire Business cover interview: Pip Kirkby has been getting into the saddle since the age of four, but when it comes to horse riding, she is living her dream job running the Market Rasen racecourse.
Wednesday, November 12
10 offences: Aaron Bee, 22, from Lincoln has been charged with 10 offences after police arrested him yesterday.
Tuesday, November 11
We’re in the Mood: A group of Lincoln women, who have all been affected by cancer, are releasing a charity single.
Monday, November 10
Lincoln trainee teacher: A 23-year-old graduate and trainee teacher from Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln has sadly died after her car crashed into a ditch off a county road.
Thursday, November 6
Missing man: Police are searching for missing Lincoln man Fazlur Rahmen who was last seen a week ago.
Wednesday, November 5
Focusing on teaching: Paralympian Jade Etherington announced she is retiring from competitive ski racing along with her guide Caroline Powell.
Wednesday, October 29
The circus is in Lincoln: For one Lincolnshire family adrenaline-filled stunts and heart-stopping performances are a way of life.