Lincoln's Christmas market has got underway - with 40 extra trains and 360 extra coaches shipping people in from all across the country. Kate Hemingway reports.
It is December the first, so the countdown to Christmas is well and truly under way.Read the full story ›
Nearly 250 campaigners gathered in Lincoln last night to oppose plans for a new waste processing plant in the city.
The company Veolia has submitted a planning application to the county council for the waste transfer plant on Long Leys Road.
Veolia has told Calendar the facility would create fuel from commercial waste that could be used to generate electricity - a useful alternative to sending it to landfill.
But campaigners hope an alternative site can be found before a decision is made next year. Here's councillor Robert Parker from Lincolnshire County Council.
The proposed Eastern Lincoln Bypass will link the A158 Wragby Road with the A15 Sleaford Road.Read the full story ›
Karl McCartney will visit a dementia friendly cafe in Lincoln to sample the activities and support on offer for people with dementia.Read the full story ›
A young group have moved straight to Number 1 in the CD Charts with a single in aid of the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln.Read the full story ›
The runway at an air force base near Lincoln is reopening today after a £35m revamp.
It has taken two years to extend and resurface the runway at RAF Waddington - which celebrated its centenary earlier this month. The work should allow the facility to remain a working base for another 25 years.
Work has begun to demolish the former bus station in Lincoln, to make way for the city's new Transport Hub.
Contractors say they expect it to take them between two and three weeks to completely flatten the site, before a new modern bus station is built and a multi-storey car park with a thousand spaces.
There will also be a new pedestrian plaza linking the new facilities with the train station.
A man has been taken to hospital after a crash involving a bus and car in Lincoln this morning.
The collision happened on Doddington Road at around 9.30am.
The road has been closed at the Tritton Road junction with Doddington Road.
More than 100 names of people who have died of asbestos cancer will be projected onto the West Wall of the Cathedral this evening.Read the full story ›