Life hospital order: A schizophrenic who brutally killed his parents before driving their bodies 150 miles and burying them in a garden in Lincoln, has been sentenced to life in a secure hospital unit.
Tuesday, September 9
Boys on tour: A teenage folk band from Lincoln has had a busy summer taking to the stage of various festivals in the UK, but will next perform at their biggest venue yet.
Monday, September 8
Dust your skates off: The popular Lincoln BIG Ice Rink will return to City Square this winter, welcoming skaters from November.
Tongue tingling challenge: A Lincoln resident walked away with the chilli contest crown at Lincoln Chilli Fest this weekend.
Confusing stories: The man who died at the Morton Hall immigration detention centre near Lincoln has been named.
Retirement ready: Deputy Chief Constable Keith Smy will be retiring from Lincolnshire Police this week.
Love and dedication: A Lincoln woman’s dedication to performing arts in the community helps keeps a North Hykeham theatre running smoothly.
A new way of learning: Over 140 future scientists and engineers were welcomed to Lincoln’s first University Technical College on it’s first day of term.
Getting around: A local charity needs more drivers to help transport elderly residents around the county.
Totalling up the costs: Free lunches for children is a good step, but isn’t the only cost parents have when sending kids to school, writes Amanda McSorley.
Promotions: Two Lincoln paralegals at Andrew & Co have secured training contracts to become solicitors.
Saturday, September 6
Investigation launched: Disorder broke out at the Morton Hall immigration removal centre near Lincoln following the death of a man at the facility.
Friday, September 5
Fresh from the ‘barkery’: A Lincoln entrepreneur has launched her own canine cake business.
Rounders law: An expert sports lawyer from Lincoln has been appointed to the board of the National Governing body for Rounders.
Behind the steel: The £28 million University of Lincoln student flats development off Ruston Way is taking form ahead of an August 2015 completion.
Cancer treatment advances: A Lincoln professor who helped develop innovative cancer treatment technology will take to an international stage with his findings.