Six months to go: The £22 million project to restore Lincoln Castle is in its final phase and staff are preparing to close the attraction for four months ahead of the big reveal.
Hard work acknowledged: Hard-working members of staff and volunteers at YMCA Lincolnshire were praised for their dedication at an annual awards ceremony.
Fatal crash: Family and friends have paid their tributes to a Lincoln teenager who died after his moped left the road.
Unauthorised encampment: A group of caravans have parked up on a site off Station Road in North Hykeham.
Fresh faces: Banks Long and Co have appointed three new members of staff in their Lincoln office.
Recruitment day: Volunteers are being called to help bring Lincoln’s sole-surviving windmill to life.
Blooming brilliant: Villagers near Lincoln have been ‘growing for gold’, and are congratulating each other after their long-nurtured community blooms came out top of the class after judgement.
Gay Pride: Lincoln’s annual Pride event is back next weekend, offering some great entertainment for the day.
Five police raids in the city: Nine people have been rescued and seven arrested over alleged modern slavery in Lincoln.
Through the lens: As the last two airworthy Lancasters finished their UK tour, Lincoln photographer Sean Strange looks back over the historic journey.
Cycle routes improved: Work to build a £500,000 footway and cycle path on a busy North Hykeham road is set to begin in October.