Portland Street murder probe: Police launched a murder investigation and arrested two people after a man died from stabbing wounds.
Wednesday, September 10
Steampunk fantasy weekend: The sixth Lincoln Steampunk festival, known as The Asylum, will be returning to the city this weekend.
For sale: Offers are being accepted on the Superbowl premises off Tritton Road in Lincoln.
Ready to walk: Lincoln MP Karl McCartney is ready to take on a charity walk around the city constituency boundaries.
New courses: BGU will be offering a number of new courses from September 2015, focusing on health and business sectors.
Steward also injured: Four local men have been arrested over foot-related disorder at the Lincoln v Grimsby match.
Budget plan: Richard Hallsworth explains how SMEs can put together a strong budget plan to aid sustainability.
Scottish separation: Lincoln Labour MP candidate Lucy Rigby wonders if Britian will be so “Great” without Scotland.
Fever pitch: The first phase of a £2.5m revamp for North Kesteven Sports Centre is complete, and a new 3G sports pitch was officially opened.
Morning collision: A section of the Lincoln bypass was closed this morning while emergency services dealt with a collision.
Tuesday, September 9
Fabulous frying: A Lincoln chippy has made it to the top spot in the region as part of a national fish and chip awards event.