Fatal crash: A male motorcyclist has dies after a serious crash near Lincoln over the weekend.
Monday, October 5
Thursday, October 1
Then and now: On Lincolnshire Day, Councillor John Marriott reflects on his view of Lincoln over the last 38 years.
Wednesday, September 30
“Wholly unacceptable” The parking operator at the centre of a scandal into evidence tampering at a Lincoln car park has been disciplined by the British Parking Association (BPA).
Cyclist hit: Traffic ground to a halt in Lincoln this morning after car and a cyclist collided.
Tuesday, September 29
Plans approved: Leading City of Lincoln councillors have agreed an additional £538,000 investment in the Lincoln Transport Hub project, and a change of opening hours at City Hall.
Monday, September 28
Broadband work: Restrictions on Canwick Road in Lincoln will continue for at least two more days as BT Openreach carry out further work to fix Broadband issues in a Lincoln village.
Friday, September 25
Faulty cable: One lane of Canwick Road will be closed for at least two days at the tidal flow for BT Openreach to carry out repairs.
Next stage: Leading city councillors will consider investing an additional £538,000 to help with the progression of the Lincoln Transport Hub.
Tuesday, September 22
Car overturns: Two women have been taken to hospital after a dramatic crash in the city centre which left one car on its roof.
Full capacity: Repairs to Broadgate car park have been finished, with the facility now fully re-open to motorists.
Friday, September 18
Whisby Road closure: Whisby Road in Lincoln will be closed for five nights as Lincolnshire County Council carries out a programme of roadworks.
Thursday, September 17
Grinding to a halt: Work to build a footbridge over the High Street level crossing in Lincoln has been delayed after high levels of asbestos was found on site.
Wednesday, September 16
Highways programme: Motorists driving in and around Waddington should expect additional delays next month.
Three cameras: An average speed camera system has been introduced on the A15 between Lincoln and Sleaford.
Franchise extended: An East Midlands rail franchise will bring improvements and extra services to the routes.